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    How do I delete a webeditor completely off my system. please help

    Hi, I would like to get rid of this coffee cup editor. Ive deleted the icon, and the program in downloads, but its still on my laptop. I just want to get rid of it now. its useless.
    Is there any free editors that work. This one just wont display images or anything anymore, maybe the trial period is over, I dont know,. but Im wasting days on this when I could be doing something else. Please help

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    control panel > add/remove programs > select and remove.

    The only designer program I use is dreamweaver. The rest of the time, I use notepad++.
    99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code

    An important petition, regarding your human rights:
    https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitio...r-both-genders

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    Thanks 666
    Notepad++ is that the notepad that windows provides, and if so, when I put the code in, how exactly does it work. I mean you open a file and open the page, but how do you see your code you put in etc. And what do you save it as to see your results.
    My mind keeps telling me I must go back to graphics as Im definitely not technical, but now its become an obsession to conquer this, In dire need of some new skills, Dont have a job or anything. And it isnt easy being in the wrong country either. So thats why Im trying to turn to webdesign, cause it can be done from anywhere and when I go back overseas, I really dont feel like working in a factory again. Well, suppose I should be grateful if I can just get a job there,. But, Im always trying to better myself, even if its a last cause.

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    Hi there wildguy2,

    Widows comes with "Notepad.exe" not "Notepad++".

    I've never considered using anything other than the former and two pinkies.

    You may find the following information mildly interesting.

    1. Open NotePad.
    2. Copy & Paste the code into NotePad.
    3. How to Copy & Paste

      1. With your mouse, place cursor at the beginning of the code in the textarea.
      2. Hold the left-mouse down and then drag the mouse down to the bottom of the textarea.
      3. This has the effect of highlighting the code.
      4. Release the left-mouse.
      5. Right-mouse click will bring up a small dialog box.
      6. Scroll down the dialog box and click Copy.
      7. With your mouse, place cursor over NotePad.
      8. Right-mouse click will bring up a small dialog box.
      9. Scroll down the dialog box and click Paste.
    4. Click File.
    5. Click Save As....
    6. This will bring up a dialog box similar to this...
    7. Type in the file name with the extension .html.
    8. Select the desired 'Directory' in Save in: .
    9. Click Save.
    10. Go to your selected 'Directory' to test your file.
    11. Double clicking the some_name.html file will open it in your default browser
    12. Finally have a beer.

    coothead

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    Thanks coolhead. Ill try it tonight, soon as my mind calms down.

    Hi coolhead.
    Thanks, will try it tonight.

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    ...soon as my mind calms down
    You need a cool head.

    coothead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildguy2 View Post
    Notepad++ is that the notepad that windows provides, and if so, when I put the code in, how exactly does it work. I mean you open a file and open the page, but how do you see your code you put in etc. And what do you save it as to see your results.
    Quote Originally Posted by coothead View Post
    Widows comes with "Notepad.exe" not "Notepad++".
    As well as what coot said, you can even select a half finished html page, right click and select edit/open with, notepad/notepad++. Then when finished just X/close at the top right and click yes to save changes. It wont alter the .html ending but will save the edit.

    Wildguy, this is notepad:
    http://www.zisman.ca/Sounds/image2KU.JPG


    This is notepad++. You will find it far easier as it breaks up your code, numbers lines and highlights different code areas. Really makes it far easier on the ole eyes:
    http://www.htmlnotepad.net/screenshot.jpg


    Another advantage of notepad++, is if you google "w3c validator" and paste in your link to your webpage, it will check your code for you and tell you where the errors are. So when it says error on "line 233", you can scroll without counting in notepad++ to line 233 easily.





    Quote Originally Posted by coothead View Post
    I've never considered using anything other than the former and two pinkies.
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    99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code

    An important petition, regarding your human rights:
    https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitio...r-both-genders

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