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Chapter 15. Web and HTML Design > An Overview of HTML Editors: The Key Players

An Overview of HTML Editors: The Key Players

Once you get the HTML bug and you're looking to do something more sophisticated than what an ISP's instant-page feature or a word processor can handle, you'll want a dedicated HTML program.

It is possible to write all your HTML code yourself in text form, even in Apple's SimpleText program (or Mac OS X's TextEdit). But this takes dedication and lots of time to master the nuts and bolts. You probably want a program that can do it all for you, both behind the scenes by writing tight HTML code and in a form where you can see the fully formatted document, closely resembling what those who visit your Web site will see.


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