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I would like to add annotations (such as underlines, text comment, circle or square a text region, ...) to downloaded html files. Is there some WYSIWYG html annotation tool (for Linux) for that purpose?

Not sure if browsers can. Chrome web browser seems not able to? Not sure about Firefox.

Not sure if non-browsers can.

Thanks.

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That depends on what you want to do with the result.

If the document needs to stay in HTML format, you would need to use a general HTML editor, I do not think there are HTML editors specialized to annotations.

In case a solution that does not output HTML can solve your problem,
you could import the HTML to a word processor, like Libreoffice Writer, and annotate that document.

  • Yes, the output is still in html format – Tim Sep 14 '14 at 20:42

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