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- CategoryWebBrowser – Browsing in Emacs, interacting with external web browsers.
- Anything – Open URL via
- BrowseURN – Resolving URNs with Emacs.
- EevMode – E-script environment, the ULTIMATE hyperlink and memo system.
- LangHelp – Integrated help system in EmacsRuby.
- BookMarks – Remember places in files.
- CascadingStyleSheetMode – Simple mode for editing CSS style sheets.
- InfoMode –
‘Info’, the hypertext documentation system in Emacs, was one of the first online help systems.
- Synonyms – Browse a hyperlinked thesaurus. Use any comma-separated values (CSV) file as a hyperlinked document, without writing any code.
- HtmlAccent – Replaces special char by their html representation.
- HtmlMode – Editing HTML with Emacs.
- TexDrive – easily include TeX-formula in HTML pages.
- nXhtml – Editing XHTML files. Includes nxhtml-mode which is based on NxmlMode, but with enhanced completion for XHTML and support for multiple major modes (MuMaMo).
- AtomBlogger – Creating/Editting Blogger posts.
- BbCode – Hacks for helping write in a Web forum markup
- EmacsMuse – Emacs Muse is a project-based authoring and publishing environment for Emacs. It simplifies the process of writings documents and publishing them to various output formats.
- EmacsAtomApi – Editing blog posts, and even writing them in EmacsMuse.
- WikiModes – Comparing emacs-wiki.el and wiki.el (which see).
- WikiMode – wiki.el, the original mode to edit and navigate files with wiki syntax, and to translate these into static HTML pages.
- OddmuseMode – A mode for editing pages in an OddMuse? Wiki, including the EmacsWiki.
- Yaoddmuse – Edit or Post OddMuse? Wiki pages asynchronously, including the EmacsWiki.
- PlannerMode (a PIM) – extending EmacsMuse with day pages, diary, appointments, todo, etc.
- ConfluenceMode – A mode for editing pages in a Confluence Wiki.
- WikiRel – Find an EmacsWiki page based on the current mode in Emacs
- trac editor – a simple editor for Trac’s Wiki
- SaveAsHtml, HtmlFontify – Save files in HTML format.
- HtmlLite – Construct html pages with sexps.
- EmacsHttpd – HTTP server embedded in the Emacs.
- ElServ – Another HTTP server embedded in Emacs.
- Simple-Server – simple-server.el, yet another HTTP server embedded in Emacs.
- Phase – phase.el, a development server supporting CGI and embedded Emacs Lisp.
- WebBot – Framework for automatic text substitution if you load and save a file.
- LinkdMode – A system for recognizing special s-expressions in all kinds of text files, and causing these “lisp hot spots” to become interactive
- FreexMode – A personal wiki on steroids - interfaces with a sqlite database to store your metadata, automatically creates hyperlinks to existing pages and provides a sophisticated tagging mechanism
- FreeMind – transforming between org-mode and FreeMind mindmapping files.
- SpartanWiki — a really spartan personal wiki
- OrgMode — can be used as a personal wiki, either in one big file or in many interlinked files. Pages can exported individually to html or published collectively as a website.
- N3Mode — Emacs major mode for Notation 3 RDF
- WikiNavMode — navigate files via [[wiki-style]] double-bracketed links
- ButtonLockMode — define clickable text based on regular expressions
We need to organize this page and clean it up a little. It is going to be a real mess. Suggestions on what we could do ? – XavierMaillard