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Oubliette Engine

Oubliette Engine

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The Oubliette Engine is designed to be a 'crawl' based 3D game. A-kin to Legends of Grimrock and Dungeon Master. It's main difference is how it is provided...

Week 1: I respect server admins.
Iceberg Red

Week 1: I respect server admins.

Iceberg Red 0 comments

Most of my time was taken up by mundane and boring server administration work. Real respect towards those who choose it as a career. Well, I designed...

WordPress Confirmed as the Most Dominant Blogging Platform
Web Wars

WordPress Confirmed as the Most Dominant Blogging Platform

Web Wars 0 comments

Blogger, Tumblr, Medium, Quora, and other platforms fall short of WordPress. Not only accounts are free on WordPress, the podium is very functional, user-friendly...

Object oriented name generator

Object oriented name generator

Server Side Coding Tutorial 1 comment

An addendum and a rewrite of an old name generator.

Custom Moddb Page

Custom Moddb Page

Client Side Coding Tutorial 18 comments

Customize your Moddb page with HTML & CSS so your game page can represent your game and branding graphics.

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MrCupcake
MrCupcake

First post.
What's the best program for writing up HTML??
or should i stick with simple notepad?

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Vikestart
Vikestart

Notepad++ is the best editor in my opinion :)

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cptmashek
cptmashek

If you are using Windows, I would suggest using a text editor Notepad2, found @ Flos-freeware.ch (I used to replace notepad with that - there's a tutorial on the website) or Notepad++, found @ Notepad-plus.sourceforge.net (this is the one I use on Windows).

If you are using Mac, I would suggest Coda, found @ Panic.com .

If you are using Linux, gedit, found @ Projects.gnome.org is very nice and extensible. Kate, found @ Kate-editor.org is a good one as well. These come with GNOME and KDE, respectively.

There's a TON of editors with syntax highlighting, so feel free to experiment and find the one that suits you best.

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booman Online
booman

I use Crimson Editor
Crimsoneditor.com

Works great for all kinds of programming and color-codes your CODE.
Totally free and works great for HTML or CSS

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feillyne StaffSubscriber
feillyne

Well, it's good to have an editor capable of doing the tedious work of e.g. creating tables or using <span>'s.

I shunned from using HTML editors, to be sincere. Most of them are too graphically overloaded (used only text editors being able to colourise the syntax).

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cptmashek
cptmashek

I think that it is really up to how you code; I generally use php to generate my tables and use CSS to style them, so I have never have the need to lay out a table by hand. For the most part, I don't use tables unless I am using data that needs tabulation.

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feillyne StaffSubscriber
feillyne

Yup, CSS is the best solution for styling, and generally editors able to insert tags / create function patterns can be a great help in making websites.

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