MarkMyWords has been specifically developed and designed for authors, who publish their articles on blogs and news-sites. MarkMyWords supports a selected set of Markup-Languages and offers a lot of features to support the writer to focus on what really matters: The content.
Scroll down a little to read all about the great features MarkMyWords has to offer. Also, it's a good start to learn how MarkMyWords can work for you best.
Or download MarkMyWords on your Mac now and test MarkMyWords on your own. The download consist both demo- and full-version. By buying a license-key you can upgrade the demo to a full-version. The demo is not feature-stripped and can be tested for 30 days. Alternatively MarkMyWords is also available at the Mac App Store. MarkMyWords is localized in English and German.
MarkMyWords Feature Roundup
The editor and your favorite Markup-language
MarkMyWords supports a nice set of different Markup-languages. If you're the Wiki-Guy choose Wikitext, BBCode if you're a forum-writer or Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile or Smark for dedicated writing of articles.
For each Markup-language a predefined list of styles is available, so the most common styles are just one click away if you don't want to type them. Of course all One-Click-Styles can be altered and also new styles can be created.
MarkMyWords can highlight your markups for you. Also lets you to alter the color of the highlighting and if you're really nerdy you can customize the highlighting scheme in many ways. Read the Help for more infos.
Indent selected text just with a tab-stroke, keeping indention on new line, automatically created list-items, autoclosing brackets and more.
The headline-navigation popup allows you to access different parts of your current document quickly by offering headlines as anchors.
Different people, different needs, that's a fact. MarkMyWords let's you choose your favorite font, font-size and -color, background-color and even let's you choose the background-color for selected text. Also, there is an option to use a thick insertion-point cursor for better visibility.
Set Markers to remind yourself of to be edited or missing parts of your article. You can give Markers individual descriptions and by using shortcuts for fast access, Markers will become your daily companion in your writing tasks.
Create Templates for articles with the same structure, so you don't have to write the matching parts over and over again. And yes, Markers can be used in Templates, too.
A dedicated writing-application without char- and word-counting? Always in your sight and with additional options how and what should be counted MarkMyWords will keep you on track.
Instant previewOne of the most popular features of MarkMyWords is the instant preview of your article in its formatted state as it would be displayed in an ordinary browser. No website looks the same, so MarkMyWords offers you the option to choose from a set of in-build CSS-Styles to alter the look of the instant preview or just set your very own CSS-Stylesheet for output.
And if you want to see how your article looks in other browsers, just hit the "Preview In"-Button from the toolbar and select one of your installed browsers.
Instead of previewing the look of your article in its formatted state, you can also choose to live-preview your article in raw HTML-source. Of course, this HTML-code can be copied for further using.
Enhanced Distraction-Free-ModeMarkMyWords offers a dedicated Distraction-Free-Mode for full concentration on your article. The Distraction-Free-Mode offers a vast amount of options to configure the Distraction-Free-Mode perfectly to your special needs and best thing is, you can alter most of these option while running the Distraction-Free-Mode by hitting CMD+;. So you instantly see how your workspace looks with the new options. Following options are available: Font-size and -color (that includes the I-Beam-cursor too), text-area-size and -color, text-alignment, main-background-color or -picture and main-background-opacity. Additionally option to display the menu-bar/dock while being in the Distraction-Free-Mode and an option to set the writing line always in the middle are available.
Many options to import textWriting articles also often means a lot of copy/paste actions from various applications and sources. MarkMyWords offers lots of options to make this task as easy as possible.
MarkMyWords offers an option to import files from other (common) writing-applications directly into your documents.
Get the Bookmarklet for your web-browser from the MarkMyWords-Downloads page. Using this Bookmarklet any selected text on a web-page can be imported to MarkMyWords with a single click.
MarkMyWords accepts text from RSS-Readers NetNewsWire and Vienna (get plugin from the MarkMyWords-Download page). With a single click the selected news-item and a lot of other informations are being send to MarkMyWords.
The most versatile option to import text to MarkMyWords is the Status-Bar Feature which allows importing of selected text from nearly any OSX-application.
Flexible file-browserMarkMyWords features an in-build file-browser, so all your articles are always at hand. The file-browser works also hand in hand with predefined save-folders. Next to being a mere file-launcher, you can also assign document-status, search for files in your save-folders, preview and quick edit files, create new files on the fly, rename your files and display only files of a certain document-status. Once used to, you will never want to go without.
More great featuresAnd it doesn't stop here, MarkMyWords has to offer a lot more cool features to enhance your daily writing-tasks.
Enhance MarkMyWords' feature-set the easy way. By using one of the widely popular scripting-languages (Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby) you can easily create plugins with features for your special needs. You can even go one step further by creating bundles with Cocoa and Objective-C with custom user-interfaces. For more information about plugins and bundles and how to create them just visit the MarkMyWords-Plugins/Bundle page. There are literally thousands of possibilities to enhance MarkMyWords.
The Predefined Save-Folder will fasten the way you save your documents. Define your favorite save-folders within the preferences and when saving just click the popup from the upper-right of your document-window. MarkMyWords will automatically select the appropriate folder for you.
Export your precious formatted articles with a simple click on the toolbar-item "Export" to RTF, Doc, ODT, HTML or PDF files. Great for sharing your articles with others who aren't used to markup-languages.
Resume is a new feature to you and you want it for Snow Leopard too? MarkMyWords sports such a feature since its first inception and best thing is, it's up to you to resume the last session or not. When quitting MarkMyWords, MarkMyWords remembers all currently open documents and with a click on the "Open last session"-button on the start-window next time you open MarkMyWords, MarkMyWords open all these documents for you automatically.
Still not convinced? Download the free 30-day demo of MarkMyWords now and give it a test-ride.