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I just got an imac for the first time, and im actually doing okey with figuring things out. Buut, I cant find something that will open my html documents in codes. in textedit and stuff it just opens up in how the codes form out, like how the webpage looks.
And I neeeed to fix on my site now. Soo, can anyone help me ?
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try textwrangler

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I agree with Pulse-8 that TextWrangler is great.

If you want to fix Textedit so it will display the code though, check the two pics I am including of the preferences. Be sure to change it to ignore Rich Text in HTML and on the other tab select plain text instead of Rich Text. Check my settings as mine does what you want it to do. Even though I prefer TextWrangler, it's nice to have Textedit for some simple edits.
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yay, thank you so much! it works now
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and one more thing, didnt bother to make a new thread
I write in Norweigan, and I used the letters , but when I upload them to my site, they all come as really strange things such as 3/4 and stuff:S
know how to fix this?
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This is only a guess but isn't that to do with the character set you've specified in the meta tag?
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and one more thing, didnt bother to make a new thread
I write in Norweigan, and I used the letters , but when I upload them to my site, they all come as really strange things such as 3/4 and stuff:S
know how to fix this?
You need to put this into the header of your HTML files:

Code:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-us">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
Change the values to your language, of course.

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thank you! But what part of the code do I change?
I tired the en-us to No, but that didnt woork.. hm
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Try the following code.
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

<html lang="no">

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
......
......
</head>
......
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I tried both those codes but it still isnt workiing=/
Im not sure if its 'no' though? But I think so, cause it Is Norweigan.
hmm..
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