Difference: WebGuide (6 vs. 7)

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Nevis Web Setup Guide

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ends in ".html". If you type C-h m while editing an HTML file, you'll see a description of the special features of this mode. (On the Mac, I used the free program TextWrangler, and liked it so much that I paid for the extra features in BBedit.)
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ends in ".html". If you type C-h m while editing an HTML file, you'll see a description of the special features of this mode. (On the Mac, I used the free version of BBedit.)
 

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