Easy and fast to use - it is certainly most open and clear - you can see
exactly what it has done (helping you learn).
In addition to the features below, you
have the option of using Code Help.
- Syntax Highlighting
- Extensive help including context sensitive winhelp
- Code Help - type a dop and choose from the intelligent dialog
- Basic HTML Tags forms, hex colours, links, TOC ...
- More than 150 items and code illustrating
- Spell Checking
- Preview HTML files in the viewer
- Normal Windows editing features - including find, replace, etc.
- Create Search Page
- Line and Column numbers to help debugging. And go to line
- Wizards (or dialogues)
It contains the following wizards:
- New Windows Wizard (or dialogue)
for loading files in a popup windows or writing them on the fly.
- The Alerts Wizard creates
alerts easily - especially those with several lines of text.
- Spell Checking
- The Function Wizard writes
general functions by putting in the basics.
- The Tables Wizard creates new
- The Dummy Link Wizard gets
You can even add Link Titles!
- Array wizard
- The Cookie Message Wizard -
The jsEditor contains as part of its functionality:
- LinkRot and Rubbish find broken links are orphan files
- Convert HTML to text - which can join files together (concatenate).
- Convert HTML to viewable HTML (< and > to < and >)
- Find image alternate text - a forgotten area in Web Design. You can
check what is written in your alternate text, and make sure it is right for search engine
The knowledge base contains more than 150 items
with illustrative code to enable you to find the function or method you require, and to
see an example of its use (normally you need to copy the code to the main editor and add
This may be a UNIQUE source of information on WORKABLE code. Nowadays, however, IE seems
to be the most popular browser, so the choice of code now errs towards IE.
Here are some of the items in Code Helper or the Database:
Press F4: You can use jsEditor knowledge base to check the exact
spelling and case of the item you require. And to run an example of its use so you can USE
jsEditor will also find the names and IDs of your
HTML elements.It does this as part of Code Help. Here you would select
"Names&IDs" from the dropdown to get a list of all the names and IDs in the
Press F5: Code Help will appear anyway (normally it appears when you
Rather than struggling on with an HTML editor you can use the jsEditor when you
want to do the things that it does best.