What options do we normally have when it comes to posting a document online? Not much, really: a plain-text editor with the knowledge of HTML (a good bargain but with a bit of headache for the bonus), WYSIWYG HTML editor (a less achy solution that pulls cash out of our pocket) or How about using a converter for that?
Suppose, you have a plain-text file laid out in a certain format. You could just load it into a converter application and have it transformed to an HTML file and even published online. Doesn?t sound like a real thing? Let?s take a look at AscToHTM by JafSoft. That?s a real thing that performs better than it could be described in a fairy-tale.
With a powerful built-in text-analysis engine, the software can recognize the structure of your document and precisely reproduce it as HTML. It recognizes headings, bulleted lists, emphasis, tables, code samples and even ASCII art in the original document. Moreover, it can add hyperlinks to section numbers, URLs, email addresses, newsgroups and to user-specified keywords or even generate a hyperlinked contents list while converting each text file to HTML. The application automatically adds page title, colors, standard HTML headers and footers, and style sheets to each page generated.
This is a perfect tool to automatically convert text files to HTML web pages. With such tool at your disposal, you can quickly post newsletters, tables and other documents online.