Re: xhtml reference app
David Mohr wrote:
> Hm, a bit off-topic for amd64, right?
> Anyways, there is a pretty good German page for all xhtml and css tags
> - unfortunately only the CSS part has been translated into English,
> but maybe that can at least be of some help:
Not really off-topic; I really wanted an app (for amd64) that I could
run when I needed to *remember* which tag or value I needed. If it could
be linked to Kate, that would be even better.
I was using Quanta+ (which does have tag *help*) but have not been able
to install it due to dependancy problems.
Anyway, thanks for the link -- I'll check it out.
> On 8/24/05, Nigel Ridley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I just started using Kate for my website development and wondered if
>>there is an app that would list xhtml tags and css properties/values (as
>>a reference source -- memory like a sieve).
>>I did do an apt-cache search on several variables but didn't come up
>>Any help would be appreciated -- even a link to a plain text file(s) :-)
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