||Here's a quick rundown...
||Efficient, accurate HTML editing.
Non-WYSIWYG for control over every aspect of coding. Apply HTML
elements and attributes with either a dialog or command line
interface. Provides an easy way of extending HTML packages with
||Superior text editing.
Every menu item can be assigned a keyboard shortcut. Supports
syntax colouring, drag-and-drop, smart indentation and
wrapping, unlimited undo and redo, and extensive control over
window and menu displays. Global translation of special
characters to and from HTML entities. Many text utilities (word
count, compare, etc.). Supports the freeware Excalibur
spellchecker (which has an HTML dictionary).
||Collaborates with other net tools.
Uses Internet Config for access to email, telnet, ftp, etc. One
keystroke sends the current HTML file to a web browser. Support
for local and remote link checking using HTML mode's own link
checker or François Pottier's shareware utility, Big
||Site maintenance tools.
Powerful search-and-replace across multiple files. Conversion
of NCSA and CERN to client-side image maps. Support for
dynamically included content (footers, graphics, modification
dates, etc.). Files may be moved between folders with automatic
updating of links. Read and write in Mac, Unix, or PC text
||Frugal with system resources.
Alpha is fast, stable, and has a modest appetite for RAM.
Available in both 68k and PPC native versions.