It's not really integrated with any text editor, and it itself is not a web
design tool, even though it has slicing capabilities.

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:12 AM, Jan Snyder <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

> Yes, I know CSS is better but I took a JavaScript class and have been
> messing around with it under Linux. I have a Virtual Machine of windows I
> sometimes run with Fireworks, Dreamweaver, and Flash (8). I'm trying to get
> away from these and found in Linux that the best way is to write the code
> myself and use GIMP or Inkscape to do more vector based work. I was just
> curious of ways that GIMP might become more integrated with say some sort of
> text editor and include script templates (also CSS). I'm taking an XHTML/CCS
> class soon. I will check out Amaya and Quantaplus. I already have
> NVU/Kompozer. I prefer a plain text editor over Kompozer.
>
> Thanks
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 1:03 PM, Nathan Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
>
> > You would either need to learn Script-Fu, Python, or C/C++ and learn how
> > to integrate into the GIMP api. I have a couple of questions, first, why are
> > you using slicing for your HTML projects when CSS handles the sorts of
> > things you can do with slicing in a much more logical and browser-friendly
> > manner, and second, the javascript to do this isn't very hard to learn. If
> > you'd like I can bring you by (teach you). What is it that you are trying to
> > do, menus? Anyway, there are open source/free tools that also enable you in
> > the way of web site creation, that are similar to Adobe Dreamweaver, for
> > example, Amaya, Quanta Plus, and NVU. But seriously, I can help you learn or
> > this website, http://quirksmode.org/, can help you learn how to do
> > cross-browser javascript easily. If you decide to go the CSS route, things
> > like image flipping for buttons becomes a ton easier also. Just let me know
> > off-list if you want help learning that stuff.
> >
> > On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 10:53 AM, Jan Snyder <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > wrote:
> >
> > >  Hello all humans,
> > > I have been using GIMP for webdesign but have to write all the
> > > JavaScript by hand in Gedit the Linux text editor. Since the slice tool 
> > > and
> > > imagemap tool export some HTML tables and JavaScript, I think it would be
> > > nice if GIMP somehow included JavaScript or CSS templates and it's own 
> > > text
> > > editor console sort of like the python console it has for editing plugins.
> > > Somehow the script templates could automatically be included into the 
> > > slice
> > > HTML exported file.  Is this feasible?  Also,  I have limited programming
> > > knowledge.  Does anyone know what it might take to  program this into 
> > > GIMP.
> > > I will try to do it myself but need some hints.
> > >
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>


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