Subject:editor questions Author:maya moya Date:13 Nov 2006 12:56 PM
I'm considering purchasing this product.. but first want to know a few things:
I don't want Stylus Studio to change my code (i.e., indent, etc..) I don't want it to add tags (such as <tbody>) in my code... I don't SS to change my code IN ANY WAY.. how do I configure it so it doesn't do these things.. one of the reasons I hate WYSYWYGs in general (like Dreamweaver) is that it changes indents on your code and stuff.. it seems to me this program BY DEFAULT should not change your code.. pls tell me if this program can be configured to work in such a way (like HomeSite for example) that it only makes changes to the code YOU make, and not make any on its own..
also is there an e-mail address where you can e-mail makers of this product.. if you're selling something on the web you should be willing to answer e-mail about it..
Subject:editor questions Author:Minollo I. Date:13 Nov 2006 01:04 PM
There are a few modules in Stylus Studio that will change your code when you might not expect it; Stylus Studio's XML-to-HTML XSLT WYSIWIYG module is probably the main one; XSLT and XQuery visual mappers do that in a more clear way. But as long as you stay away from the UI components that expose visual metaphors to let you change the code without actually editing the code, then you will be fine.
As long as email goes: this forum is a good target for technical questions; but if you would like to ask sales oriented questions, you may do so emailing email@example.com