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Part 2: What did you use to generate html files?

 
Luke Murphy
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HI,
I am just preparing to upload part 2.
I have done the assigment in microsoft word and when I convert that to html it is really gunky html.
Is there a nicer / cleaner way or a cool free html editor?

My diagrams are all jpegs I just have a fair bit of text I need to convert to html files.

Thanks.
 
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I actually wrote my text in an HTML file in the first place so this issue didn't come up.

As long as the generated HTML page renders in the current major browsers, I think you will be fine. They aren't grading HTML coding skills .
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I actually wrote my text in an HTML file in the first place so this issue didn't come up.

As long as the generated HTML page renders in the current major browsers, I think you will be fine. They aren't grading HTML coding skills .


I ended up using a tool called HTML-kit.

 
Rupesh S. Kumar
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I had one index html file with links to all diagrams. For risks and assumptions I used excel and then took a screenshot of it in paint and turned them into jpg. in that way I had all images with one html file in the jar.

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