Taco HTML Edit

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  • 3.0 stars

    "A very, very good beginning"

    January 20, 2011  |   By johnlove


    My gold standard is PageSpinner because I have used PS since about 1996.

    Taco Edit may catch PageSpinner. I like the complex examples; e.g., drop menus built on the Suckerfish paradigm, a 3-d drop shadow, and all the remaining Component Library.


    1) File:"New..." selectable multiple types of html; e.g., html4, html5, xhtml4, css, javascript, php etc. The almost blank new html would start out with different <DOCTYPE's>

    2) Insert: comment, <!-- xxx --> or /* xxx */ html or css


    The above is just the beginning of simply because I was limited to 250 characters each.

    John Love

    Updated on Jan 20, 2011

    Make that 3 1/2 stars

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