Arachnophilia is a powerful programming editor with some special HTML production and editing features.
This application can create HTML pages using a powerful collection of tools. It has a built-in FTP service which allows users to upload their website.
Create working environments for many kinds of programming tasks using Arachnophilia’s fully customizable menus and toolbars.
- Multiple-document interface with full drag-and-drop capabilities.
- Import and automatically convert RTF documents, tables, and outlines.
- HTML Validate.
- Instant Search.
- Advanced macro editor that allows you to create, delete, and edit commands.
- Automatic uploading of changed files.
- Table wizard.
- Dynamically link to external, user-provided Java classes, and those classes can process your documents.
- Spell checker.
- User-defined templates.
- User-customizable toolbars for quick access to frequently used tags.
- Support for international characters and content.
Developer: P. Lutus
License: GNU General Public License Version 3.0
Arachnophilia is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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