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# 1 16-03-2006 , 07:55 PM
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html editor

Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good free html editor.

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# 3 16-03-2006 , 08:31 PM
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or you could dive in and do it hardcore style - notepad or Vim user added image

There are a fair few free web-based wysiwyg editors but it depends on what you're going to do.
For example www.fckeditor.net is cool for adding into pages where you want to generate html.

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I had to use notepad for bloody everything!

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T1ck, I am actually just trying to set up a website to show some of my (non-existant) work. As I have mentioned a dozen times I am not too hot with computers, so your offer of help is much appreciated. I have only just discovered html, so it may be some time before I blow your minds.

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HTML's really good, if you wanna make a site look good quick, try using CSS as these work as templates for your pages, also as your just getting into it have a look at XHTML as this is superseeding HTML as per WWWC

All XHTML does is seperate the data from the presentation, the language is a little different but its not too bad. also XSL is coming in so its worth knowing in the long run.

Sorry for babbleling on wiht so many TLA and FLA's (three letter Acronym's and four letter Acronym's) but I got told once by a sucessfull guy that these are the terms that baffell managers and get you a good wage, as you might be describing a 5 pence switch with a mad acronym so he thinks its a cutting edge bit of technology!!

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# 10 17-03-2006 , 11:13 PM
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Thanks again - this is all really good info. Those acronyms do catch me out, but luckily wikipedia explains anything I don't understand so babble away. user added image

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Originally posted by arran
Thanks again - this is all really good info. Those acronyms do catch me out, but luckily wikipedia explains anything I don't understand so babble away. user added image

Nice one man, what you plannin to do with your HTML skills?

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I am hoping to put together a site to display my 3d work when I actually do some and also to show some of my old paintings which I did before I discovered Maya. Nothing too fancy - just a front page and a few links.

Did you manage to decide on a laptop yet gster123? I am also planning on buying a laptop as I currently share my computer. I've been looking at the Dell m70, Alienware and Boxx. Dealing with Dell is a pain and they only seem to sell the M70 to small businesses though I am sure you can get around that. I am really tempted to go with Boxx though, as my main workstation is a Boxx and it is the business. It's just that they are so expensive....

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