Word to HTML is a tool that lets you quickly convert your text to clean HTML. You can also go the other way and convert HTML to formatted text.
To get started all you need to do is paste your text into the editor on the left, your text will be instantly converted to HTML in the right code editor. You can also just enter your text directly into the left visual editor. If you want to clean up your code, you can tick any of the cleanup options in the bottom left. You can also use find and replace commands in the bottom right. Remember you need to click the large green 'Cleanup my HTML' button to run your cleanup or find and replace commands.
Once you paste or write your text in the editor, you can use the various controls to format your text. You can also insert pictures, tables, documents and links into your text.
You can resize the editor windows as shown below:
You can save your document and open it again at any time from any computer. Just click the save button as shown below. You can also choose to automatically save your work as you go along.
One of the most powerful features of Word to HTML is that you can upload your document and have it automatically converted to HTML. We can convert the following formats:
Word to HTML offers you the option to embed your images in the HTML or to store them as separate image files. Traditionally images have always been separate files from the HTML, but a new technique lets you directly embed the images into the HTML. The advantage of embedded images means you only have one HTML file so it can be convenient when pasting into a Content Management System for example.
Once you have selected your options in the 'What would you like to remove?' section you can save these options to a template that you can then use at anytime. Find and replace commands, and also the CSS styles to keep/remove will also be saved to your template.
You can use the find and replace command to further customize your HTML. You can search for any text and replace or delete it. You can add several find and replace commands and also choose the order in which they run. Advanced users, can use regular expression commands to create more powerful find and replace commands.