Macromedia HomeSite

HomeSite was an HTML editor. It offers many helpful functions ("wizards") to solve standard tasks. HomeSite was originally developed in 1995 by Nick Bradbury, and in March 1997 by Allaire Corp. accepted. In 2001, Allaire was again taken over by Macromedia, and in 2006, Macromedia by Adobe. On May 26, 2009, Adobe announced that the development and distribution of HomeSite will be discontinued, the recommended upgrade path is Adobe Dreamweaver.

The type of a document is recognized by HomeSite on the <!DOCTYPE> entry. Once the type has been recognized, it offers the appropriate commands. Supported formats include XHTML, JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, ActiveX, ColdFusion, VTML, Java, JSP, WML, ASP, CSS, PHP, SQL, DHTML, and more.

It also supports code completion and insight tags. By means of code completion, tags to be opened are automatically closed again. The Insight tags show the programmer the possible attributes of a tag that he can select. For easy editing of CSS files, the program TopStyle Lite is included in the package. Is only available as an English-language basic version, but German language pack is available.

 

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