Entity Ann Billups spoke thus: > Do any of you have suggestions for a basic web page development program > that will run under OS9? I do all my authoring in Tex-Edit and iCab, they make a great team: http://www.Tex-Edit.com/index.html http://www.icab.de/ And what is so great about this team? Tex-Edit is free and very configurable, the color-coding of HTML elements makes for a very readable text page. iCab includes an "Error report", so you get a real-time critique of your HTML and you can find the errors immediately. Also you can tell iCab to open any source page in any editor you want, which no other browser features. But if what you want is WYSIWYG, I can't advise. The above recommendation is still text editing of HTML. There isn't any WYSIWYG web page editor that writes "clean" code. CSS is a great invention and allows you to see an uncluttered source page, but those "dirty" editors are all working with 10 year old HTML. -- Gnarlie http://www.Spectrumology.com Spectrumology is the science of chaos.