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pk
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?

Thanks
pk
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk <pk***@aol.com> wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?

Thanks
pk


I'm not familiar with the software. But frankly, what a meaty question!
Glad you mustard up the courage to ask for the info you're hungry for, and
I relish the opportunity to ketchup on this.
Jul 20 '05 #2

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On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Neal wrote:
I'm not familiar with the software. But frankly, what a meaty question!
Glad you mustard up the courage to ask for the info you're hungry for, and
I relish the opportunity to ketchup on this.


That's a pretty pickle. SCNR ;-)
Jul 20 '05 #3

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On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ

Jul 20 '05 #4

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On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ

Jul 20 '05 #5

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pk
sp*******@aol.com wrote in message news:<s9********************************@4ax.com>. ..
On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ


I tried several times via e-mail and through several "contact" options
on their site. No response after several days and weeks of waiting!!
On to the 2nd question... what is a good html editor for creating
small websites? I am a serious hobbist when it comes to html.

Thanks
pk
Jul 20 '05 #6

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pk
sp*******@aol.com wrote in message news:<s9********************************@4ax.com>. ..
On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ


I tried several times via e-mail and through several "contact" options
on their site. No response after several days and weeks of waiting!!
On to the 2nd question... what is a good html editor for creating
small websites? I am a serious hobbist when it comes to html.

Thanks
pk
Jul 20 '05 #7

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On 8 Apr 2004 04:24:57 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
sp*******@aol.com wrote in message news:<s9********************************@4ax.com>. ..
On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
>I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
>had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
>anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
>be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ


I tried several times via e-mail and through several "contact" options
on their site. No response after several days and weeks of waiting!!
On to the 2nd question... what is a good html editor for creating
small websites? I am a serious hobbist when it comes to html.

Thanks
pk


Arachnophilia is a great program and it won't cost you any money. I
much prefer v4.0 and not the current java based program. You should
be able to find v4.0 on any number of the free download sites.

Leslie

"I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person."
Jul 20 '05 #8

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On 8 Apr 2004 04:24:57 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
sp*******@aol.com wrote in message news:<s9********************************@4ax.com>. ..
On 7 Apr 2004 04:07:46 -0700, pk***@aol.com (pk) wrote:
>I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
>had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does
>anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would
>be a good alternative to their editor?


How did you try to reach them? Via email or through their web site?
The web site still seems to be functioning:
http://www.sausagesupport.com/help/ .

CQ


I tried several times via e-mail and through several "contact" options
on their site. No response after several days and weeks of waiting!!
On to the 2nd question... what is a good html editor for creating
small websites? I am a serious hobbist when it comes to html.

Thanks
pk


Arachnophilia is a great program and it won't cost you any money. I
much prefer v4.0 and not the current java based program. You should
be able to find v4.0 on any number of the free download sites.

Leslie

"I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person."
Jul 20 '05 #9

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Hi,

Check out PageBreeze an excellent free HTML Editor with both wysiwyg
and tag modes:

http://www.pagebreeze.com
pk wrote:
I have been using HotDog 6. ( by Sausage.com) html editor but have
had problems recently trying to contact them with some questions. Does anyone know if HotDog/Sausage is still in business? If not, what would be a good alternative to their editor?

Thanks
pk


Jul 23 '05 #10

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