Re: [NH] tidy problems
- Is tidy.exe supposed to come with NTP? When I attempted to invoke it I got
the message that it could not be found. Just what is it supposed to do?
Where can I get a copy of it (if it does not come with NTP, or did
something go wrong with my install)? And, when I do get it, what
directory/folder is it supposed to go in?
Michael, I hope you get an answer to your question!
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On one machine Tidy works fine.
I'm doing a presentation of NoteTab and Web Accessibility and can't use
with NTP on the demo machine. When I try, the entire text is selected but
nothing further happens.
That's on a Win98 machine. On my NTServer machine I just get 'win32 error'
At home it works fine, as well as on my new work computer (win98) which is
replacing my old.
Anyone have similar problems/solutions? I'd like to be able to show how NTP
and Tidy work together for accessible web page creation.
SUNY College at Fredonia
- Hi Wayland,
>Is tidy.exe supposed to come with NTP? When I attempted toFrom Help:
>invoke it I got the message that it could not be found. Just
>what is it supposed to do? Where can I get a copy of it (if it
>does not come with NTP, or did something go wrong with my
>install)? And, when I do get it, what directory/folder is it
>supposed to go in?
NoteTab supports HTML Tidy -- a free utility that cleans HTML
code and fixes errors. Once it is installed, you can invoke it
through the "Tools|Tidy HTML Code" menu command. HTML Tidy
accepts a variety of switches to control the way it processes
HTML tags. NoteTab will try to determine the best switches based
on the active document type and the HTML Tag option settings. If
you want more control over the settings, you can create a
configuration file for Tidy, which you should save in the NoteTab
folder with the name Tidy.cfg (see the HTML Tidy instructions for
details). You can learn more about HTML Tidy and download the
latest version by visiting the following Web page:
The easiest setup is to copy the Tidy.exe program file to the
NoteTab folder, but you may place it anywhere else if you prefer.
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