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HotHTML 3 Professional HotHTML 3 Professional 1.0.3389 for Windows

by WebSoftware Systems

Avg. Rating 4.6 (8 votes)

File Details

File Size 10.5 MB
License Shareware, $49.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,350
Publisher WebSoftware Systems
Homepage HotHTML 3 Professional

Publisher's Description

HotHTML 3 gives developers a single IDE to create, manage and deploy their websites with rich web development tools and features. Integrated project management tools, task managers, clipboard manager, FTP capabilities, code validators, spell-checkers, drag-and-drop support (for files & folders), snippet library, color-picker, editing & integrated previewing features (even server-side languages like ASP.NET/PHP) plus more. HotHTML supports 28+ languages including ASP.NET 2.0 & PHP5 natively. Newcomers to HTML can use the extensive Help features (such as TagLib) to master the world of web development whilst experienced users will find code generator features like QuickInsert(Drag and drop code snippets to and from your document) a time saver. HotHTML can also function as a development tool with support for command-line compilers (Eg. for C# or Java) with powerful coding, editing and find-and-replace functionality. HotHTML combines desktop and web development into a seamless single-IDE.

Latest Reviews

websoftware

websoftware reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

hey,

I'm one of the developers for HotHTML and I'd just like to comment that yes, that was a typo made by someone here and i've corrected it.

Thank-You for pointing it out.

Regards,

Thushan Fernando

solid45

solid45 reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

HTML 4.2 is what we refer to in the industry as a "typo"
Also, there's XHTML 2.0. (It never stops!!)

nhavar

nhavar reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

Haven't reviewed the product yet because of one little question about the documentation "native support for HTML 4.2". As a professional web developer I'm aware of HTML3.2, HTML4, and HTML 4.01 as well as XHTML 1.0/1.1. I wasn't aware that there was an HTML 4.2. Is it possibly some European fork or some new Netscape proposal. Can anyone point me in the direction of the HTML 4.2 specification? Google only gives me vague references to a failed netscape attempt from 1997-1999 but no specifics.

Vague claims in documentation like this just remind me of Silverstream's HTML 3.2/CSS 1/ECMAScript compliance claims (which they later retracted).

Avg. Rating 4.6 (8 votes)
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websoftware

websoftware reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

hey,

I'm one of the developers for HotHTML and I'd just like to comment that yes, that was a typo made by someone here and i've corrected it.

Thank-You for pointing it out.

Regards,

Thushan Fernando

solid45

solid45 reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

HTML 4.2 is what we refer to in the industry as a "typo"
Also, there's XHTML 2.0. (It never stops!!)

nhavar

nhavar reviewed v1.0.6 Beta on Feb 5, 2003

Haven't reviewed the product yet because of one little question about the documentation "native support for HTML 4.2". As a professional web developer I'm aware of HTML3.2, HTML4, and HTML 4.01 as well as XHTML 1.0/1.1. I wasn't aware that there was an HTML 4.2. Is it possibly some European fork or some new Netscape proposal. Can anyone point me in the direction of the HTML 4.2 specification? Google only gives me vague references to a failed netscape attempt from 1997-1999 but no specifics.

Vague claims in documentation like this just remind me of Silverstream's HTML 3.2/CSS 1/ECMAScript compliance claims (which they later retracted).

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