HTML-Kit Question

Does HTML-Kit support Java, JavaScript and jQuery?

How about any server-side scripting languages? PHP? ASP? ASP.NET?
provenzojohnAsked:
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
HTML Kit is a full featured web editor, hence it supports HTML, CSS and JavaScript (and therefore also all kind of Javascript based frameworks like jQuery ...)  but no Server side language nor Java.

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Rainer
Najam UddinCommented:
It does have syntax highlighter for server side languages. but as Rainer said it is just a tool mainly used for HTML, CSS and Javascript development
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I use HTML-Kit everyday.  In addition to HTML, CSS and JavaScript, it has built-in support for PHP and ASP and recognizes Perl, Python, and C code and highlights properly.  I don't seem to have any Java source code to check it against but it handles the '*.h' files in my Java directory.

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provenzojohnAuthor Commented:
I installed HTML-Kit.

I see that when I create a HTML5 project, it gives the skeleton, which I like.

However, I don't see the option to create .css, .js or jQuery.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I don't see the option to create .css, .js or jQuery.
Huh?  You can save a file with a 'css' or 'js' extension and it will colorize the code accordingly.  Those things don't have a standard format like HTML does so it would be difficult to create a project based on them.  Or of course you can type them in your HTML file.
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