HTML for dummies?


#1

Is there a text editor out there where I can type in some text, and I could then cut and paste it into a website where the format would stay the same?

I’m having trouble copying 5 pages of team schedules from an email or word document, to the webpage. All the hard returns and tabs screws up the formatting and spacing.

Also, is there an easy way to highlight more than one thing at once?


#2

[quote=“smartass”]Is there a text editor out there where I can type in some text, and I could then cut and paste it into a website where the format would stay the same?

I’m having trouble copying 5 pages of team schedules from an email or word document, to the webpage. All the hard returns and tabs screws up the formatting and spacing.

Also, is there an easy way to highlight more than one thing at once?[/quote]

Make the document into a pdf. Are you on a mac? If not email the document to me and I’ll pdf it.


#3

PDFcreator is a free (Open source) PDF printer-driver, with a Windows version.


#4

turn your pc anything into pdf
maxit.net/software/UTILITIES … pdf995.exe
it sets a new ‘printer’ and prints to a pdf file


#5

ok I got to this page http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=57796&package_id=53473&release_id=228013
Now what do I download? All of em?


#6

Ok so I think I got the hard part done… and I didn’t use any other program as of yet… just fired up excel and did it that way. The hard part was getting all the schedule pages to link to each other while not knowing a fricken thing about html or any code whatsoever.

Tell me what you think. http://mypages.allcanadiansport.ca/kisl/

It’s really primative, but with allcanadiansport, I really don’t think I can jazz it up anymore than it is.


#7