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Java-written HTML Tag Adder - does the community want/need?


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Hi Guys


**Note: this is a desktop applet - completely separate from OSC.**


I found this useful when adding products to a store in text format - without a WYSIWYG editor at our immediate disposal, we had to manually add HTML tags to each item of note. With this, you can pre-add tags to a body of text simply by selecting the text and clicking the button. Saved us a whack of time, especially for the compter illiterate.


Screenshot: here


This small, rough (and I mean it, very rough) applet was written in Java (desktop flavour), and allows the user to paste text/code into a text window, highlight text and with the selection of buttons, add useful HTML tags (<H1></H1>, <strong></strong>, <i></i>, etc. etc.) to selected text, without changing the rest. The user can then copy the modified text and paste it into another window, or save it to a specified text file for later use.


If you guys want me to post it, I will do so gladly. I checked if there was something else out there along the same lines, but I came up with nothing. I'll make this my first Open Source contribution :)



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