bkmrkconv will convert Netscape's bookmarks.html file into a series of interconnected HTML pages which can be put online. The pages are heavily customizable and examples are included for a Yahoo-like portal. The program is useful for accessing your bookmarks from a remote machine or even just for making your links look prettier.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Text Processing|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This minor release packages together third party patches providing XHTML-compliance, output sorting, and support for Safari's bookmarks file format.
Release Notes: This release includes a "generator" header to outputted files, and the parser is now more forgiving of broken input (which can be generated by URL Manager Pro).
Release Notes: Example templates and directory structure were tidied up. A small script was added to return Dilbert's list of the day. Minor bugs in the external script execution were fixed.
Release Notes: INCLUDE was broken for multiple INCLUDEs in a file; it now works and uses the output directory as the current directory, allowing INCLUDE "src/foo.txt".
Release Notes: The tarball now works, the help file has been rewritten (hopefully making it much easier to understand), minor bug fixes have been made, and an INCLUDE tag has been added to allow you to include files into the templates.