On Wed, 2012-01-04 at 17:13 +0100, Regina Henschel wrote:
Tom Davies schrieb:
Hi :) You can usually open xml documents in text-editors such as
Notepad, Gedit, Kate or whatever. Notepad doesn't colour-code it but
most other ones do after you have changed the view from plain text to
something such as html, css or xml or something like that. SciTe is
quite good in Windows. Regina's idea of using a web-browser means
you can't edit the document (i think) but it's a quick and neat way
of getting colour coding without fussing around.
You need a tool to mark the error, therefore I suggest the browser; it
is not for editing. If it is the kind of error I guess, then there is
likely more than one error in the file.
Could something like the Seamonkey suite be used instead of
FireFox? Control+E will open the browser's contents in an html editor.
Seems like this would allow finding the errors one by one in the browser
and correcting them the html editor. Just a thought.
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