BBEdit 4 for Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 1997 - Computers - 225 pages
Among professional Web builders using Macs, BBEdit is the tool of choice. Its powerful search-and-replace tools make site-wide changes a snap. Even those who use Web tools like PageMill often depend on BBEdit for that final bit of HTML tweaking. Among its many features, BBEdit offers: automatic HTML tag coloring, multi-file search and replace, easy to use HTML form and table creation, and one-click previews in any Web browser.

BBEdit 4 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide serves as both a tutorial to BBEdit and as a quick, inexpensive "lookup" guide to its functions and capabilities, emphasizing its Web creation capabilities.
-- Quickly harness the power of BBEdit with this cut-to-the-chase VQS
-- Focuses on the most popular aspect of BBEdit -- creating Web pages

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BBEdit 4 for Macintosh

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Long a familiar tool in the Mac community, BBedit, which stands for "bare bones editor," is just that. This basic program can edit anything and everything. Most people use it for text and text-like ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Editing Text
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ID
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Mark R. Bell is the author of several books, including The Mac Web Server Book, as well as a technical editor and writer of software manuals, for such publishers as Netscape Press, Ventana Press, Maxum Development Corporation, and Bare Bones Software. Mark holds degrees in English, history, political science, and theology. Currently he serves as Manager of Information Services for the North Carolina Hospital Association. He is married to Virginia D. Smith, a writer and editor, and lives is Chapel Hill, North Carolina with their faithful canine quadruped, Bailey, and a small network of Macs.

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