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    SitePoint Enthusiast divaone's Avatar
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    HTML File Browser needed

    I would greatly appreciate being pointed in the direction of a good HTML file browser. I'm looking for something different than the standard Window's explorer type of file browser/manager. I have folders that contain upwards of 100 HTML files each. The ideal program would list files, allowing me to filter out cgi, pl, php files and only view html and jpgs. A single- or double-click on an HTML file in the folder would open a full-sized preview of the page in the right viewing pane, without the need for a browser. As a second and less-desired option, I'll take a program that creates a webpage list of my HTML files with links to each ( ==> I've found one, but have to manually edit the HTML of the rendered page each time which seems redundant).

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    I'm sure Dreamweaver is capable of doing this.

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    Would you happen to know of anything like that as a standalone program? I'm an avid HTML-Kit user

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    xplorer˛ - it's at : http://netez.com/xplorer2/x2facts.htm

    might be what your looking for, give it a gander...

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    I do not understand exactly what you want. But Dreamweaver is more "Nooblet" - But you can try CoffeeCup - I belive it still has a "View" pane =/

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    Thanks for the assistance. Still looking (and previewing the trial of xplorer). I do all my editing and developing in HTML-Kit and am not in search of a replacement. I view files with Explor2000 (akin to Windows Explorer). What I need is something similar to a directory lister / webpage viewer. I want to list (at least) all the HTML files I have in my local folders, click on a file name and see the HTML/webpage preview in another pane of the program. xplorer so far is doing this (thanks again) but all binary files are displaying in hex. I'd like to actually see the images as well --- looking for this option but can't find it yet in xplorer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by divaone
    but all binary files are displaying in hex. I'd like to actually see the images as well --- looking for this option but can't find it yet in xplorer.
    Have you clicked the "Preview" button? Works fine here...you can also select "Thumbnails" from the "Views" button. Preview will show a mini version of a html file, mini version of images in its own box.

    hope it helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by divaone
    I'm an avid HTML-Kit user
    Awesome program, isn't it?


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