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Macintosh users will find some of the tools suggested by ITS to be Windows-specific. Described here are alternate tools for the Macintosh user. FTP files with Cyberduck (instead of SSH) Macintosh users cannot use the SSH FTP software recommended by KSU to publish web pages to students.kennesaw.edu. Instead, Macintosh users should look into Cyberduck ( http://cyberduck.ch/ ) for file transfer to KSU web servers. Attached is a document provided by the KSU helpdesk to an online student (Fall 2008), which contains instructions for downloading Cyberduck, connecting to the students.kennesaw.edu web server, and publishing your finished HTML files to the students.kennesaw.edu web server. HTML editing with TextEdit (instead of Windows Notepad) A Macintosh user will use TextEdit instead of Notepad. Important hint: to open an HTML file
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Unformatted text preview: for editing, open TextEdit first (don't double click the file) - and be sure to check the "ignore rich text commands" box at the bottom. This will allow you to edit the underlying HTML directly. TextEdit has some tricky aspects when editing HTML files. Visit http://webdesign.about.com/od/textedit/Macintosh_TextEdit.htm for a collection of articles and suggestions. NVU - a free open-source web authoring tool Macintosh users may want to investigate NVU, a free, open-source web authoring tool (which also runs on Windows and Linux). NVU is available for download from http://net2.com/nvu/ , and ITS Technology Outreach has posted a document for KSU students describing NVU use at https://its.kennesaw.edu/booklets/booklets.php (KSU NetID required for login)....
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course ECON 2100 taught by Professor Cali,j during the Spring '08 term at University of West Georgia.

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