I’m working on compiling and list of reasonable online HTML editors that may be used when one doesn’t have access to their favorite IDE, text editor, or web design program.
1) QuakIt Online HTML Editor – Full:
– Has lot of options, a predefined styles list, and pre-populated list of fonts.
– Has HTML tag and CSS properties reference lists.
– Looks like the WYSIWYG editor used by WordPress.
– Adds in the <html>, <head>, <title>, and <body> tags.
2) ContentBuilder.js Online Editor:
This WYSIWYG HTML Editor has the most modern look of the online editors I reviewed. It allows web builders with less experienece with HTML to create more sophisicated layouts.
Here are some interesting features of the ContentBuilder.js Online Editor:
– Allows you to build page layouts by dragging blocks from the right side
– The menu at the top allows you to sort by the type of block.
– Right-clicking brings up formatting tools and a <> button that can show the HTML code of a block.
Articles about Online HTML Editors:
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10 HTML & CSS Online Code Editors for Web Developers:
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A content inventory is a deliverable used in the planning phase of a web design process. It’s a spreadsheet listing pages in the website by section or category. Details to inform the web team regarding frequency of updates may be included. For example if a page should be updated annually it’s noted in the entry about that page. One could consider a content inventory as a sitemap in outline format with more detail about each page. The outline may be organized by the hierarchical categories used in a website. Notes and color coding may be included to indicate the status of certain pages; whether they need improvements or updating.
Here are some Drupal themes of interest to designers/developers using Bootstrap or the Foundation framework from Zurb:
Bootstrap 3 theme: https://drupal.org/project/bootstrap
Uses the Bootstrap framework.
Foundation Theme: https://drupal.org/project/zurb-foundation
Uses the Zurb Foundation framework.
The university has a new repository of code projects on code.osu.edu
There are 50+ Drupal projects there. For more information see: http://drupal.osu.edu/osu-drupal-community/projects
Be sure to donate to the DrupalCamp Ohio 2014 Fund.
To make a contribution, contact Vedu Hariths:
LT Development Lead
For more information see: http://drupal.osu.edu/drupal-camp-fund
New 2016-2017 ASC Drupal CMS training articles and resources:
DrupalCamp Ohio 2013 is taking place this weekend at the 4-H Center; excellent sessions for Drupal-ers of all levels
The Drupal community typically supports two versions of the CMS with updates, so Drupal 7 and 8 are currently supported. Drupal 8 features some improvements like being rewritten to use the PHP framework called Symfony (http://symfony.com/
In other CMS news I noticed there is a new version of Mura (Mura 7) and Mura cloud hosting:
Mura seems like the most Drupal-like ColdFusion CMS in 2013-2014.