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Hi, welcome back to the Web Tutor HTML series. In this tutorial, we will learn the HTML text editor, examples of HTML editors, and even how to use some of them.
An HTML editor is a program for creating and editing HTML code. It can be a stand-alone software specifically used for code writing and editing or a portion of an Integrated Development Environment.
An HTML editor is specifically designed for developers to create web pages competently. It ensures every string of code is clean and works properly.
The following are some of the well-known HTML text editors:
  • Notepad
  • Notepad++
  • Atom
  • Visual studio code
  • sublime text
  • Adobe Dreamweaver
 
You are free to pick any HTML editor that suits you, and what makes you productive. Programming is a long-term thing you will learn over the years, not days or weeks.
As a beginner, I would at least start with Notepad or Notepad++.
Follow the following steps on using notepad on windows:
 
  • Select the start button on the taskbar.
  • Type a note in the search box and then select Notepad in the search result
  • Click it to open it, at this point you can start writing your HTML code.
  • Once you are done with writing the HTML code, navigate to the File button and then select save.
  • Save your document with a .html extension.
 
For those who want to use notepad++, you can follow the following procedure.
 
  • Head to the following website https://notepad-plus-plus.org/downloads/ and download the current version.
  • Click on notepad++ installer
  • Account user control window opens, click yes
  • click ok in the next window
  • Then click next in the next window
  • Click I agree in the next window
  • Click Next in the next window
  • Click Next in the next window
  • Click Install in the next window
  • Click Finish
 
Now we are ready to start our HTML coding.
See you in my next HTML tutorial
 
 
Posted in HTML on June 10 2022 at 05:48 AM

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