Text Editor

A text editor is a type of program used for editing plain text files. Text editors are often provided with operating systems or software development packages, and can be used to change configuration files and programming language source code.
Posts about Text Editor
  • WordPress Hosting: Migrating to Our Site to WP Engine

    …. Here’s what my export file looks like: If you do want to poke around in your XML make sure you open it with a decent text editor, like Sublime Text. If you return to Tools, click “Import” and select WordPress. WordPress will install the WordPress Importer plugin for you, at which point you can proceed to select your XML file to import: After…

    Richard Baxter/ SEOgadgetin Blogging- 40 readers -
  • 6 Social Media Templates to Save You Hours of Work

    … of 140 characters, including the URL (which reserves at most 23 characters) Column 3: URL (optional): The full URL you want to include in your message For this purpose, we suggest using a plain text editor like TextEdit or NotePad. They don’t have built in columns so you have to use commas, but the format is clear in the sample .csv above…

    Hootsuitein Social- 26 readers -
  • Marketing Trends & Tools We’re Thankful For

    …. Brackets, an open-source text editor, is another tool he’s using to practice his knowledge of HTML and CSS. He also follows the advice of CSS Guidelines when writing and testing his CSS. Outside of design, Patrick is a big fan of Grooveshark for music streaming, Medium for informative and inspiring writing, and A Book Apart for reading up…

    Olivia Fuller/ Overit- 9 readers -
  • Web Queries for Mac: Yes, You Can, and Here’s How

    … file. Creating this file is pretty easy; start with opening Microsoft Word or whatever text editor you use and pasting the URL to your web query on the first line. Next you are going to want to save this as an .iqy file. To do this, simply change the format to Plain Text (.txt) and add “.iqy” to whatever you want to name your web query. Save…

    Sean Mcentee/ 3Q Digitalin Paid Search How To's- 12 readers -
  • Your Guide to 301 Redirects for SEO

    …. With a 301 redirect, the value of inbound links as well as historic/trust records for one URL will move to the other, though there’s debate as to just how much of this benefits are passed on to the new URL. While estimates vary, I’ll address this a bit later in this article. Setting Up the 301 Redirect To set up a 301 redirect on an Apache server…

    Jayson Demers/ Search Engine Watchin SEO Google- 15 readers -
  • How To Create Your Own URL Shortener With YOURLS

    … Earlier this year, I wrote about why link shorteners matter for content marketing. In the article, I mentioned how there’s no longer a need to shorten links for social networks like Twitter, but there’s still a need to shorten them in order to get campaign insights using Campaign Variables. The most widely used URL shortener is Bitly…

    Jon Henshaw/ Raven Blogin Social Content Twitter- 21 readers -
  • This Writing GPS Helps You Create Ridiculously Good Content

    … and suffering for collaborative, virtual teams. So what? Because pain... it hurts. And suffering is... umm... bad. You get the idea. Express your reframed idea as a clear message. In this case, something like this: Our new text editor makes it stupid-easy in three specific ways for those of you without a geek gene to easily work together from remote…

    MarketingProfsin Content- 8 readers -
  • How to Add Closed Captions to Facebook Videos

    Now that Facebook users are watching 1 billion videos on the site every day, any opportunity to make that video content accessible to all users is a very welcome thing. The feature has been in place on YouTube and Vimeo for years, and finally, Facebook has added the functionality to upload closed captions to videos published to its site (if you are in the U.S.).

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEO- 20 readers -