Re: Notetab tutorial - are there any?
- Hello cotti47,
CSE HTML Validator has a template tool that allows you to use
templates for different parts of your documents (like the header and
footer). You can then update the template, and easily change all your
web pages. You don't need scripts like PHP or ASP as long as what you
need is simple enough.
It's in the free version, CSE HTML Validator Lite, as well as the paid
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "cotti47" <cotti47@y...> wrote:
> Hello everyone, my first post here. A (relative newbie) to the
> >internet I purchased 'Notetab Pro' a while back to write web pages
> >and create a website.
> >At the time (Absolute Newbie)I realized that it's a powerful tool
> >and looked for tutorials on google. Didn't find anything at that
> >time. So I just went ahead and used the basic 'html' function (and
> >now the (CSS) and created a website.
> >Now that I have a website with 40 plus pages, the need arises to
> >change (ad-images/text) on all pages at once and fairly often.
> >Resulting in alot of manual page by page editing.
> >I'm learning CSS thinking that would allow me to edit all site pages
> >at once,(ad-images/text), which are content, CSS is for style.
> >There's kinda/sorta a work-around to effect the 'change-out'of (ad-
> >images/text)at one time using CSS.
> >At least it works on my computer, I.E.6, PC-XP. Have not tried to
> >validate code yet, or get a srceen capture using various browers,
> >platforms, etc, But when I do, "Chances are" it won't work across
> >all browsers, platforms, back to the drawing board.
> >neccesary. I searched google & forums for scripts and became
> >reaquainted with the powerful features Notetab pro has to offer.
> >Full circle back to Notetab pro which is already on my computer.
> >Can Notetab pro, create website templates, and allow me to change-
> >out page elements on multiple pages at one time.
> >Are there any, Step by Step, tutorials available, using Notetab pro
> >by "example." Sorry for the long winded post, thought that it might
> >help to give an idea where I'm at, technically speaking.