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Subject: [linux-help] Re: Emacs and HTML
From: ironrose <ironrose@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 23:19:48 -0600
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Personally, I use VIM when I code HTML on a linux machine.  I go into 
the configurations and specify that it is a HTML file and it does very 
nice color coding like the HTML text editors (shareware pgms) for windoze.  

I haven't used EMAC in a while because the VIM seemed to be more user 
friendly.  EMAC has a lot of nice feaures, but more features than I 
really needed at the time and used more resources.

Lars von dem Ast wrote:

>Does anyone use Emacs for HTML markup? I understand there is a mode 
>"html-helper-mode.el" There is also a css.el floating around. Does 
>anyone have any experience with these? Are they still "latest and 
>greatest" way to do HTML/CSS on Linux? If not, what is? Any 
>info/experiences with HTML markup appreciated.
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