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August 30, 2005

Help learn HTML with a real-time editor

When creating a website manually in HTML without a WYSIWYG editor you have to save your file then view it in a browser to see what you have done, but now with some clever scripting you can type HTML in one pane and view the result in another. Real-time HTML Editor is a great site that shows you the output of your HTML code in the lower half of the browser window. This is a perfect tool for beginners so they can quickly see how HTML pages are built and also errors can be stopped quickly.

Posted by The Technician at August 30, 2005 06:10 AM