I suck at keeping notes for classes organized, and I can tell that I'm going to need notes from AP Chem. So I decided I'll type them all and stick them on a website. I'll need to make some tables (pre tag works just fine, thank you), and do a lot of subscripts and super scripts. I'd like a web editor that has KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS for these formattings. My grievances with current programs:
Notepad - too much typing. I even have to include line breaks, and that's just plain annoying
Word - It's horrible. I can't use pre tags, at least not with ease. I could use tables, but the point here is to allow me to type these things out quickly.
Mozilla Composer - I like it very much, for the most part. I can deal with the messy code... I could use monospaced font for the tables and I think it would work alright, but there aren't keyboard shortcuts for super and subscripts. That's just plain horrible. I was going to download the source and fix that oversight... but it looked like it was going to require many hours worth of work on my part to get it to compile (judging by the documentation)
Amaya - wysiwyg from w3c. Well, it turns out that it's horrible. 'nuff said.
Underline and italics built into the editor with keyboard shortcuts would also be nice, but not 100% necessary. What do people here use? HTML is just so tedious to type... and all I need is something simple. Hmm.