how to save as html
Barbi Bölcsová last edited by
hi. iwant to ask , how could i save my work in html form?
Claudia Frank last edited by
I don’t really understand the question.
Is it about having the html extension displayed when using the save dialog
then you might uncheck Settings->Preferences->Default Directory->use new style save dialog if it isn’t, then maybe you can clarify what you exactly want to do.
Parpaluck209 last edited by
You might want to look at Plugins -> NppExport -> Export to HTML
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Kris Halbur last edited by
go to File then save as put it in the file where you want it. Click the down arrow on that window and click save as type click html
Parpaluck209 last edited by dail
There are big diferences between the two HTML options in Notepad++.
When Save As, then type HTML, Notepad++ leaves the file as plain text; it only adds the .html extension. The browser treats it as such and doesn’t add anything (e.g. new lines, paragraphs):
When Export to HTML (in Plugins), Notepad++ adds some HTML features to the plain text file. The page will show end of lines, paragraphs:
You can use whichever style you prefer; the lone restriction is that the same character must be used to open and close an emphasis span.
- Notepad++, however, is not an HTML editor of choice. It only creates primitive HTML files. You need a lot of manual work to format your Web page. Personally, I use a dedicated HTML editor released in the 1990s: Arachnophilia. It has worked on Windows 95, and all the way to 64-bity Wimndows 10. It adds a lot of tags for me, plus the code is very clean.