RedGas website editor

RedGas website editor

romw314 Publisher

Install latest/beta of RedGas website editor

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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sudo snap install redgas-editor --beta

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RedGas website editor is only available on the unstable beta channel. It could break and change often.

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An editor for websites created using GreenAcidPipe.

GreenAcidPipe bootstraps websites for you.

If you are a developer, you can bootstrap the website manually. It should be a GitHub repo with two files.

The repo should be named GAP-<your site name>. For example, if the repo is romw314/GAP-Cracked-site, enter romw314:Cracked-site into RedGas when loading.

The first file is site_content.html.placeholder. Put the site contents here, without any head or html tags. Only the site contents.

The second file is This is a html with a DOCTYPE, html tag, head and body. Write this file and use %(site_content) instead of the site contents.

RedGas will load site_content.html.placeholder and parse it. When saving RedGas will write the contents to site_content.html.placeholder and auto-generate an index.html. This way you can use any other way to deploy instead of Vercel.

Details for RedGas website editor

  • Unlicense

Last updated
  • 22 January 2024 - latest/beta


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