HTML Match 1.2.9
This HTML comparison tool allows you to analyze the changes between two revisions of an HTML file.
Programmers can compare source code differences in a one-window composite view or a two-window, side-by-side layout. Web designers can view the changes in their browsers, as they appear, with the differences highlighted. Technical writers can compare the text content of the pages. The text is extracted from the pages, and differences appear in either a composite or a side-by-side layout.
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