HTML Creator

3.5.1 12 Mar 2003

Tools helps you write HTML code for websites with ease.


Developer website: Aram Kudurshian

HTML Creator is an award winning shareware HTML editor for Mac OS 8.6 and above created with the intermediate user in mind (although beginners and advanced users are welcome too)! HTML Creator features 'assistants' that write the HTML code for you and allow you at all times to be in control. Leave any field blank and that attribute won't be added - not like other similar programs. HTML Creator also features more advanced tools such as JavaScripts, CSS, Frameset tools, and Server Side Includes as well productivity enhancements such as an easy to use HTML Reference, ScratchPad, Shortcuts, the ability to open and save files from FTP servers, and more.

What's New

Version 3.5.1 adds the following:
  • Addition of a page properties dialog that allows you to modify the page title and body attributes.
  • Time-saving Work menu has been added that allows you to easily access important documents.
  • Under OS X, you can now preview pages in Camino, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Opera, Mozilla, Netscape, and Safari.
  • The Format menu is now more intelligent, wrapping tags around selected text, plus a paragraph submenu has been added
  • HTML Creator no longer uses "intelligent cut and paste", preventing white space from suddenly appearing
  • Addition Web links, snippets, and entities have been added
  • Under OS 9, the document's toolbar now is displayed and the keyboard shortcut Command-C no longer zooms the window but copies text.
  • Under OS X, it is now possible to name non-HTML files with different extensions.
  • Other global bug fixes include canceling a color in the Format menu no longer adds blank code, new Web page dialog checks for an empty background field, typing an @ (at) no longer enters the entity (if auto-conversion is on), the preference to display warnings now effects converting files, and other minor improvements.


MacOS 8.5 or later


Current Version (3.x)


Version Downloads
Development / HTML
12 Mar 2003
OS Classic / OS X / PPC 32