This helps developers and user quickly create HTML pages based on a 12 column responsive grid with over 100 other useful classes and elements ;) Named after my grandma.
This app helps create HTML layouts for whatever project you want :wink:
H6), text styles,
codeand lot more!
Special thanks to Kendo UI http://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/ It seemed to have a module for everything I wanted to do :)
+button in top bar.
classof element selected in editor.
View the screencast:
Very interesting app. I'm using https://stackedit.io for my markdown editions, your add would be my preferred for html
Nice entry. Having options of adding an image in background in order to help create banner for a website could be an idea you can incorporate in future :)
I will check out Makesite CSS.
Do check my entry as well.
Very nice app! Looks great!
I believe that the original idea is not new, but you did a great job in only a 48 hours!
Your feedback to my entry would be appreciated as well.
Nice app that you have created in 48 hours. Appreciating your idea. I will suggest you to work some more on design part and After creating column when I download that file automatically grid structure is going out. Really its a good attempt. You can improvise it some more better to make it best.!!
Your feedback to my entry is also highly appreciated!
Great job. Like this one.
Create templates with simplicity. Maybe I am wrong : we do not have the possibility to insert images
It would be great if you rate us too
I think this is a nice wysiwyg editor. I'd like to know more about where you used Kendo UI. I'd like to see the code formatted a bit better in the code view pane. Otherwise nice!
Nice looking and useful app!
Idea is good, design really good for one person team. Let me suggest something, you could present it as ebay page generator, or something familiar, that would rox. For normal people html generator is not telling something and for developers it's not that needed.
It's amazing how you developed an application with so many features in a very short time. That too in latest tech stack. Impressive!! All the best
I think this is would be a great tool for teaching grids and basic HTML / CSS to new learners. Nice work.
I think it would be nice if 1) it provided some background information / initial instructions and 2) if the output code didn't make use of inline styles for background-colors. I realize that's easier said than done, especially with the color picker, but maybe you could limit the color selections and instead output classes (again, I'm thinking of this is in a teaching tool / best practices kind of way).
But, really, great job on this with a quick turnaround time!
A very nice TinyMCE wrapper. You must have been busy! I had some troubles saving unfortunately.
I had the same idea. I really like the text editor stuff. How are you able to edit text without an input field showing? Css styling? It's a little rough without being able to re organize rows. Also the download seems to be missing the css file. Are you worried about email displaying problems? I've read you want to use tables since email providers have so many different rendering rules. Nice Job!
I like the idea! With a little bit more time this site could be something very nice :D
Liked the app especially the neat and intuitive design!. Would have been even more better had you used the new CSS grid construct (although flexbox works just as well). Nice work!
Wow, great idea and implementation!!
I think this could be actually useful. Even better if it supported also flexbox.
Would be great to get more of an idea about what it does *before* needing to login. Maybe skip login/registration completely next time?
Your feedback to our entry would be appreciated as well. GLHF!
The idea of creating flexible, advanced and multicolumn editor is very attractive.
We already have the great and open source solution TinyMCE Editor, that is a really nice text editor. As I assume you've tried to transform it to to more advanced editor.
Well, it's the nice base.
First of all. I want to notice the features of your app that I like:
1. The presence of big collection custom styles, it's interesting idea and really able to help user to customize his content
2. You did the authorization, synchronizing with cloud, several prepared examples and some other little but useful features..
Alas, it's secondary features, but I suppose that the main goal of your application (as I assume it) didn't done completely.
At least, your editor should be more stable, intuitive, easy and comfortable for using to become the good alternative of coding. At least for me coding is much faster and easy now than using your application.
My feedback may be appear very severe, so I sketched the concept of application, that I suppose have more chances to complete the initial goal.
Anyway, nice job and good luck!
Good effort, well done for getting this done in 48 hours on your own!
This is very similar to popular website builders like wix, weebly, squarespace etc. with the exception that those builders do not allow you to export the html so maybe there is something in it.
- Add thumbnail images for template selector interface
- Add an interface to easily upload and add images
- The breadcrumbs at the button that shows the selected element is cool (div>div>span) but maybe you can also add a visual indication which element is selected
- Maybe add a visual indication where the grid blocks lie when you hover over them
- Allow for resizing of images via the UI
- Add more styling controls to UI (on the painter icon drop down), it would be great if manual editing of the styles was a secondary option and if most style options could easily be edited via UI like you did with the border color
- Provide a way to change the number of columns you have in a row after adding it
- Add ability to drag and drop the contents from one cell to another in order to reorganize
- Add the ability to save as templates
I know to implement all my suggestions was out of scope for a 48 hour hackathon but I've decided to mention them in anyways
Once again well done on your effort!
It's a good idea. It's a complete online editor with the most important items... very good