Sven,I thought this might be appropriate as well. While downloading and going through your web site, I noticed that the English grammar was a little off. I took the liberty of downloading the page, and making the corrections. I am including it as an attachment for your review. If you would like to use these corrections, please do.
I am a technical writer by profession, and thought you might be able to use this. I really enjoy SEEdit, and have used it extensively.
Thank you, Scott Turner On 6/7/10 1:28 PM, Sven E Olsson wrote:
Hi Dave, Thanks for your reply. It is time to take a look into the menu items and other text into SEEdit, so if there is something that is difficult to understand or misspelled then please let me know. I just need something like this: helo should be hello Then I could do a search into the code and do a replace. Sven E On 2010-06-07, at 20:14 , David Losure wrote:Hi Sven, Here are a few quick suggestions. I actually enjoy the Swenglish associated with this program. DaveSven E Olsson http://seeditmaxi.cachefly.net feed://seeditmaxi.cachefly.net/rss/rss.xml Skype: seeditonskype Yahoo: seeditmaxi iChat: seeditmaxi@xxxxxxx seeditmaxi@xxxxxxxxx ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Post a Question ( new thread/subject ): seeditmaxi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Answer a Question: Reply To Unsubscribe/Subscribe visit: http://seeditmaxi.cachefly.net/freelist.html
Title: SEEdit and HTML5
SEEdit has (x)html5 templates available from the File New Menu. These templates are editable from the Language Menu.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
SEEdit now supports section, header, article, footer,footer nav, aside, hgroup, canvas, mark, details and embed. These classes arre available from the Auto Complete function, Insert CSS - Id Menu items and from the Editor Toolbox.
The SEEdit Tool Server Check Documents using the w3 tools helps check the documents when they are uploaded to the server.
The SEEdit Tool Check Unbalanced Tags supports HTML5.
The Editor Toolbox now has a section <html>5 with buttons. This buttons support css classes and id.
The work with SEEdit and HTML 5 continues. Suggestions and ideas are always welcome!
Thursday, May 6, 2010 we uploaded our new valid html5 pages, these pages are tested on MSIE 8 and Safari on Windows XP and looks indentical to Safari, FireFox and Google Chrome on Macintosh. It is only the rounded corners at the top of the pages that do not display using MSIE.