pup is a command line tool for processing HTML. It reads from stdin, prints to stdout, and allows the user to filter parts of the page using CSS selectors.
Inspired by jq, pup aims to be a fast and flexible way of exploring HTML from the terminal.
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Hyro is a simple, crossplatform HTML editor with live preview.
Author interactive math equations and diagrams online using LaTeX
Simple shell utility to convert html to pdf using the webkit rendering engine, and qt.
pdf2htmlEX renders PDF files in HTML, utilizing modern Web technologies. It aims to provide an accuracy rendering, while keeping optimized for Web display.
pdf2htmlEX is best for text-based PDF files, for example scientific papers with complicated formulas and figures. Text, fonts and formats are natively perserved in HTML such that you can still search and copy.
Emmet (previously known as Zen Coding) is a web-developer’s toolkit that can greatly improve your HTML & CSS workflow…
… you can type CSS-like expressions that can be dynamically parsed, and produce output depending on what you type in the abbreviation. Emmet is developed and optimised for web-developers whose workflow depends on HTML/XML and CSS, but can be used with programming languages too.
a command-line tool for generating HTML slideshows with JSON
A web-based HTML and CSS sandbox.
Hammer is a web development tool that lets front-end developers write HTML, CSS & JS web builds more efficiently and quickly, and makes them easier to maintain, especially across larger builds that change frequently during development.
When you create or add a project to Hammer, it will create a ‘Build’ folder inside your project folder. You edit your HTML, CSS & JS files in your text editor of choice and every time a file is updated, added or removed, Hammer will automatically update the Build folder to reflect the changes.
Via Andy Clarke.
Brackets is a new open source text editor with an emphasis on web development, with some interesting features, including ‘Quick Edit’, which lets you, eg., work on the CSS applied to an HTML element from within the
.html file, and a live preview that works with the browser of your choice.
Markx is a command line tool for node.js to generate static sites. It will convert markdown, jade and any code snippets into html. It also has the ability to preview your files live with auto refresh.
Markx is great for github pages, phonegap projects and simple, static sites.
Wordoff applies the following rules to strip the cruft that is pasted into WYSIWYG editors from Word: Attributes are removed for all elements except
<div>s are removed, empty elements are removed, consecutive line breaks are reduced to two.
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HTML Lint is a tool that makes sure your code looks good. While XHTML was very strict with syntax HTML 5 is more lenient like previous versions of HTML, which means keeping consistent code styles will become more difficult. Validating is not good enough anymore.
A handy collection of dummy HTML markup, pre-greeked for your convenience.