How to edit soure a mobile HTML template

by ClaDax
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I've bought a HTML mobile template based on JQuery, which means it's pure

HTML and CSS, there is no such thing as CMS.

I know a little bit of HTML and all I need to do is changing the titles, Logo and editi the contact PHP.

I have a Mac, how would you do that - I am used to Wordpress, I just didn't

thought when I bought the current theme - but I am keen to learn how to let it

work!

Thank you for any help! (Youtube video, PDF, Programm, etc)
#edit #html #mobile #soure #template
  • Profile picture of the author kokopelli
    Edit it in the Mac equivalent of a plain text editor, like Notepad on Windows.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Moreno
    installing firefox with firebug will also help you analyze what code, files, images, css styles etc that need to be changed - i use it daily!

    cheers,

    jay
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    • Profile picture of the author ClaDax
      Originally Posted by Jay Moreno View Post

      installing firefox with firebug will also help you analyze what code, files, images, css styles etc that need to be changed - i use it daily!

      cheers,

      jay
      That helped me a lot! Thank you!

      Now I only have the problem that when I load my bought template into Firefox, start Firebug, edit the theme like I want it, that when I save it, it doesn't look like I changed it.

      Instead it looks strange and the framework isn't there anymore...

      I mean why when I edit it - and I can see that it looks like I want it - doesn't it anymore when I save it?

      I hope you understand what I mean and that you can explain me how I can solve it...

      Thank you again!

      Edit:

      Okay, I understand now that Firebug is a "on-the-fly" application. It doesn't save the file without touching the css.

      You have any suggestions for a computer program for Mac that let me work with the index html?

      Basically a program that shows the html files (like Firebug when you drop them in the browser) but that a save mode is actually available?
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