Free HTML editor in Codelobster:
Free PHP IDE Codelobster PHP Edition includes free HTML editor
Free HTML editor represents the following abilities to work with HTML code:
1. Code highlighting
Code highlighting means syntax highlighting for HTML code in the active Editor window
2. Pair highlighting
Enclosing tags are highlighted in pairs when a cursor is placed
between beginning and ending enclosing characters.
This feature helps to check code
for errors, as it highlights mismatched enclosing characters in a special color
that you can change from the Preferences
3. Intelligent Auto-complete
Intelligent auto-complete feature enables to write code faster.
Pop-up completion list includes HTML tags
and attribute values
It is called automatically in a required code area and lists possible variants
for current element completion.
4. Navigation with holding CTRL button
Navigation with holding CTRL button helps to open target files quickly.
5. Images tooltips
shows images preview with their size.
6. Context and Dynamic Help
With these features you can get necessary information about any element of HTML code.
To get help topics using Context Help:
Place the pointer on necessary element and press F1 button
By default free html editor searches for proper topic on http://www.w3.org
To change site address:
Move to the Preferences menu (Tools|Preferences)
On the left panel click Context Help item and select HTML
On the right panel select necessary value from the Location dropdown list and press OK
7. Code collapsing
The Dynamic Help
window displays links to help topics for an element the pointer is placed on. By default free HTML editor conducts search to http://www.w3.org
8. Commenting code
This feature allows hiding tags or code blocks you aren't working on to make navigation a little easier.
To collapse code fragment
, click "-" marker in the gutter next to the line numbers.
The Comment Lines option (Edit|Comment Lines) allows commenting lines and code blocks.
To add comment:
To remove comment:
Select code area you want to comment
Go to Edit|Comment Lines (Alt+C )
Select commented area
Apply Uncomment Lines option (Edit|Uncomment Lines)