Joined: Jan. 2004
||Posted: Feb. 12 2004,14:06
Those of us that write web pages find Dillo to be a help in making the page
viewable in almost any browser. I open Dillo in a terminal, like this:
and view the page in
question. The output in the terminal as Dillo runs will uncover any non-standard
html code that one can then correct.
This page of mine shown below was tested using Dillo, and edited using DSL's Scite editor, so that it would appear correctly in any browser.
There are still some issues that I have not solved with the page, however, but that's not Dillo's fault, it's mine.
That is my "Pearl River Page".
BTW, that river is flooding right now, so I get some traffic to the page.
To edit a page, directly in Scite, I view the source of the page in Opera,
which as been configured to use Scite as the source viewer.
Damn Small Linux really cannot be beat for those of use who maintain
web pages this way.
Rapidweather Remaster of DSL:
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