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+4 Stuart Abbott · March 9, 2015
Hi people!

I've recently started using Sublime Text 3 and also Notepad++ for my HTML and CSS editing. I've also discovered Emmet (that's gonna save a bunch of time!!!)

I'm still new to the whole web development stuff and when I'm at work, I usually want to use my lunch hour to keep doing things. However, I can't install Notepad++ or Sublime Text on the work computers. I also can't use a USB drive with the portable versions of the app loaded on as the system automatically blocks USB drives with exe files on.

So my question is, does anybody know a way that I can use those programs, or something equivalent, without having to install anything? I am finding the normal Notepad application to be terrible, as I like to tabulate my files to keep them tidy and readable.

Thank you in advance :-)

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0 Jay Deshaun · March 20, 2015

Also, how would I have asked the question in the wrong way? - @Stuart


https://www.thenewboston.com/forum/topic.php?id=1703

That's what he means about the right way.
0 Rehman . · March 20, 2015
codepen.io is also a good editor you can also use scribble.io
0 Stuart Abbott · March 21, 2015
Thanks again everyone. These sites have helped :)
0 Jay Deshaun · March 9, 2015
To be honest, I don't think it's possible as most of them need to store the files of syntax's, functions, and such.

It could be possible but so far, I don't know any that's possible at this moment.
0 Jay Deshaun · March 10, 2015
Yea, I forgot about online editors...
My fault!
0 Stuart Abbott · March 10, 2015
Thanks for the replies!!

Also, how would I have asked the question in the wrong way?
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