From: Regina Henschel <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, 14 July 2013, 15:02
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] HTML Source
This link: https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/HTML_Source
Displays the source text of the current HTML document. To view the HTML
source of a new document, you must first save the new document as an
Choose View - HTML Source
Open context menu in an HTML document
I followed these instructions precisely (although "context menu" is a
pretty vague phrase in this context).
The sentence "Open context menu in an HTML document" should be deleted.
The item "HTML source" does not exist in context menu.
This doesn't work.
You need to be in Writer/Web. For a new document use File > New > HTML
document. For an existing document use the filter "Web pages".
So either the docs are incomplete, or just plain
wrong; I leave it to you folks to decide what semantics you prefer,
however in the meantime I'd appreciate some accurate instructions as to
how to actually view HTML source (and ideally edit it as well) .
LibreOffice is a bad HTML editor. You should not use it. It will make a
lot of changes to your markup, which you do not like. It is in the state
of HTML 4.0, was already bad that time, and is not maintained any longer.
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