Annotation of bitfluxeditor/www/index.html, revision 1.5

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1.2       bitflux     5: <h5 class="infoHeader">News</h5>
1.1       david       6: <ul>
1.2       bitflux     7: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1120.html">Mozile hacking and BXE</a></li>
                      8: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1108.html">Bitflux Editor and PHP Documentation</a></li>
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1.1       david      12: <div class="infoTab" id="other-stuff">
                     13: <h5 class="infoHeader">Other Stuff</h5>
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                     15: <li>stuff goes here</li>
                     16: <li>more stuff goes here</li>
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                     24: <div class="infoItems">
                     25: <div>News item goes here</div>
                     26: <div>More news item goes here</div>
                     27: <div><a href="http://mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></div>
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1.5     ! bitflux    35: <p>Bitflux Editor is a browser based wysiwyg XML Editor.<br/>
        !            36: With Bitflux Editor you can edit your content semantically and at the same time display it to your users and editors in its final form.
        !            37: And all this in our all favorite browser.
        !            38: </p>
        !            39: <p>
        !            40: Some major features of Bitflux Editor:
1.4       bitflux    41: <ul>
                     42: <li>Released under an Apache style license</li>
                     43: <li>Completely written in JavaScript</li>
                     44: <li>Works like a word processor</li>
                     45: <li>Works with any XHTML/XML document</li>
                     46: <li>Works on almost any operating system</li>
                     47: <li>Targeted at Mozilla based browsers</li>
                     48: <li>Customizable to your needs</li>
                     49: <li>Support for Relax NG Validation (coming soon)</li>
                     50: <li> <a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/home/features/">and more .. </a></li>
                     51: </ul>
                     52: 
                     53: </p>
1.5     ! bitflux    54: <p>The next big major enhancement version is coming out soon and will be based on <a href="http://mozile.mozdev.org/">mozile</a>.</p>
1.3       bitflux    55: <p>Visit our own <a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/">bitfluxeditor.org</a> site for more details.</p>

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