There are many text editors for Linux and Nano is one of the popular few. Check out this guide to make good use of nano text editor.
Google released the new Chrome packaged apps that can run as a native desktop app. Here are ten useful Chrome apps that are worth checking out.
The web browser has become the most used application on most of our computers, and sometimes it is can be a real inconvenience to switch to another application just to take notes. Here are some of the great text editors you can use right in Google Chrome.
For Linux users, knowing how to get around on the command line is an essential skill. But there are times where you might not remember a command or you actually need to edit a file. The Midnight Commander is an excellent tool to manage your files in the terminal.
If you are not a fan of one of GNOME 3’s default fonts, for example the Cantarell font, it is possible to replace it. The following shows how to change the fonts in GNOME 3.
The custom field dropdown list in WordPress only show up to 30 values. If you need it to show more than 30 custom fields in the list, here is the fix.
One feature that’s always handy to have, but missing in many applications is a character and word count function. Here is how you can access word counts at your beck and call with just a right click. Mac only.
Text editors are great for creating markdown document because they run light are mostly distraction-free. In this article, we’ll show you how to convert the markdown document in Kate text editor (KDE) to HTML with a single shortcut.
It seems that iPad would be the perfect device for blogging, but this just isn’t the case. Here are some workarounds if you insist to manage your WordPress blog on your iPad.
As Clint Eastwood would say, “There are two types of text editors in the world, the ones for coding and the others”. Well, Qute (pronounce “cute”) is certainly among the others. it’s a text editor with some advanced features in terms of eye candy. In other terms, not only does it support Tex and Markdown, […]
This tutorial gives you the basics to use Vim correctly, and then present a few tips that will allow you to learn on your own.
Being a developer, one of the tool that I use on a day-to-day basis is a text editor (or you can call it IDE). I used to love Dreamweaver, but I find that it is too heavy and doesn’t work well on Linux. Then I switched to Aptana (it was very resource intensive as well), […]
If you are using WordPress and have recently upgraded to the latest 3.2.x version, you will notice that the font for the HTML editor has changed. In most WordPress upgrade, changes are good, but in this case, the changed font is not web friendly and is straining to the eyes. One of the way to […]
Have you ever been working on long-term project? The kind where you have to make draft, after draft, after draft of the same keys in order to get it right. You know the procedure: save the document as a new draft, with a new title, each and every time you make significant documents. Troublesome, time […]
Flame wars over one’s choice of editor are a regular occurrence on almost all the tech mailing lists that I subscribe to. In fact, in my opinion, the amount of time and energy that is spent on debating this topic can be easily spent on researching the feature set of a perfect editor that would […]
There are many applications out there that provide project-based web development tools and very feature-rich interfaces, but sometimes all you really need is a good text editor. For those times, there are few editors that can stand up to the KDE powerhouse called Kate. Kate is a multi-document interface (MDI) text editor, available for both KDE […]
The WordPress built-in editor has the minimum features to create a blog post. It’s one of the reasons that many bloggers use desktop-based blog editors that provide them with additional features that is lacking in the WordPress editor. Here are five WordPress plugins that will give you the functionality as a desktop-based editor without leaving […]