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Frequently Asked Questions
What is HTML and what does Taco HTML Edit do?HTML is a language that is used to design web pages that people can view in a web browser. Taco HTML Edit assists in the process of creating an HTML document by including tools that generate and check HTML code and by making it easy to preview an HTML document in a web browser. If you need to learn HTML, the World Wide Web Consortium has a useful guide to help you get started.
How do I install Taco HTML Edit?Installing Taco HTML Edit is as simple as a drag and drop. Just follow these steps:
- Download Taco HTML Edit from the Taco Software website. The file that you download will be called TacoHTMLEdit.zip.
- Once the download is complete, double-click the TacoHTMLEdit.zip file to decompress it. After decompression, a folder will appear that is named Taco HTML Edit.
- Within the Taco HTML Edit folder, you will find an application named Taco HTML Edit with a Taco icon. Drag this application to your applications folder.
The App Store says Taco HTML Edit is installed. How do I purchase it?To purchase Taco HTML Edit through the Mac App Store, you will first need to delete any existing installations of Taco HTML Edit on your computer, including trial versions. After moving these to the Trash and emptying the trash, you can re-open the Mac App Store, and you should be able to make your purchase.
When I preview a document in a browser, I see strange characters. What should I do?When you include certain non-English or punctuation characters in an HTML document, a special text-encoding must be used to save the document. By default, Taco HTML Edit uses an encoding called UTF8 in these situations. However, in order for the browser to know how to interpret the document, you must tell it that the document uses this encoding. This can be done by including the following
<meta>tag at the beginning of your document within the
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
Taco HTML Edit doesn't have a feature that I want. What should I do?If there is a feature that you would like to see in Taco HTML Edit, feel free to contact Taco Software support and let us know about it. In some cases, we decide that it is not feasible to include a certain feature that is requested. Frequently, feature requests give us great ideas for how to improve the product.
I have lost my Taco HTML Edit license code. How can I recover it?To recover your license code, visit the Taco Software Recover License Code page. You will need to provide the email that you used when you ordered Taco HTML Edit, and your license code will be emailed to you. If you have any problems recovering your license code, contact Taco Software support. Please note that Taco HTML Edit version 1.x was freeware and did not use license codes. To upgrade to Taco HTML Edit 2 or later, you will need to purchase a license. If you purchased Taco HTML Edit 2 and would like to upgrade to version 3, you can get upgrade pricing.
Can I use my Taco HTML Edit license on two computers?If there is only one person using Taco HTML Edit, then you may use a single Taco HTML Edit license on up to two computers. Please, purchase additional licenses if you are using more that two computers, or if there are multiple people using Taco HTML Edit on more than one computer.