On 11/13/2014 09:13 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:
1. menu File > New > HTML Document. Now you should have an
HTML-source-icon between ABC-icon and Print-Preview-icon. If it is not
there, see below.
2. menu Insert > Document.
3. Click on the HTML-source-icon. You have to save the file, otherwise
HTML-source view is not possible.
4. Click the icon again to switch back to Web-Layout.
Thanks VERY much for the above instructions!! *THIS DOES WORK*!!
I would suggest that these steps are put into the Wiki page on HTML and
into the Help screen that is under F1 in the program!!
I have now been able to try LO Writer out in this mode and I must say
it's not bad at all!! No colour coding and a few other things missing
but - as I said - not bad. I think it could be tweaked into something
Going in the other direction I tried out Komodo but gave that up as it
has a VERY annoying default in that it changes things you code the way
*it* thinks it should be and I hate this!! I like to lay things out MY
WAY and want it to stay that way. So I have been using Bluefish for the
past few days and find it also rather good. I notice one responder
mentioned he used to use Quanta - I did too and it's a great pity it was
dropped. It was the best HTML Editor I ever came across!!
But thanks Regina, and as mentioned try and get your steps into the
Also thanks to all who responded to my original question. Very much
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