Text 2 HTML Converter
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 232.1 KB - Download
★ Quickly and easily CONVERT ANY TEXT to pure and valid HTML! :-) ★
Want to create an HTML page fast, from scratch, simply by giving the text you want to show up - without messing with HTML code at all? Then Text 2 HTML Converter is the right tool for you.
✔ Ultra-intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
✔ Just one click needed.
✔ NO HTML Knowledge needed!
✔ Ideal for NON-programmers.
✔ Ideal for Web Designers / Web Developers, who want a quick webpage created at the blink of an eye.
- Small Bug fixes & optimization
Most Helpful Reviews
Simple app does exactly what it claims and is easy to use - I have to convert about 60 text files every month to simple html. I think this app will be useful. the html looks clean and it the app is easy enough to use. I hope you get enough interest to upgrade this so files can be dragged and dropped in a batch and autosaved to the same name with html extension. Also would like to see an allowance for a custom line of html to be used in the batch. I'm sure you have thought of all that already. But this app is a good start and the price is certainly right.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does basically what it says... - The only issue I see is the inability to include images, but then it is called Txt 2 HTML, not text and all kinds of media 2 HTML, so I did get waht I paid for!
Could Be Better - A handy app for the price, but from a coder's standpoint it creates too much extra stuff. Also, it does not convert many special characters to their HTML entities. The biggest pain in my book when converting given text to HTML.
Not happy - This can’t even interpret simple bolds and italics out of word! What a waste of $2.99!
Does not work for me with OS X 10.12 - I like this piece of software for a couple of reasons. First, it serves to fill a function that has plagued me over the years and that is... a quick and easy method of getting text converted to VERY clean html so I can post it for quick view by a limited audience. Second, since I have had that need over the years, I have been meaning to write a quick converter myself but never seem to get around to it. However It doesn’t work with macOS Sierra as of Oct 4, 2016 (ver 1.1). Looking forward to a fix.