RE: [NTB] tidy option on the tools menu
Here is something else that works with Notetab for writing HTML.
The people that do html coding all the time swear by Notetab and Tidy!
The great thing about Notetab is it has a left box that will help you
complete, and you can have a number of html/text
documents open in notetab without having a bunch of windows (just tab
through the files in the Notetab window.
From: Jan Rosenstreich [mailto:jan85@...]
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2001 2:56 PM
Subject: Re: [NTB] tidy option on the tools menu
On Thu, 29 Nov 2001 09:47:03 -0000, Kurt wrote:
>When I click "tidy" on the Tools menu, I get the error message:
>"cannot find program tidy.exe".
>I've looked, and it doesn't seem to be on my hard-drive. Does this
>feature not come with the NoteTab Light version? If it does, how do
>I get it running?
Tidy is a separate program that is supported by NoteTab. Its purpose is
to clean up HTML code. You can get it at the following URL:
To use, download tide.exe and place it in the NoteTab directory. When you
have an HTML file opened in NoteTab, select "Tidy HTML Code" from the menu
and NoteTab will start Tidy and pass the information directly to it.
If you have specific information about NoteTab and Tidy, sign up for the
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