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May 02, 2021 11:06 HTML
The HTML Editor is a tool for writing HTML, using the HTML Editor to edit themes, indexes, customize windows, and choose to add search pages.
Here are three HTML editors dedicated to editing HTML:
Microsoft Expression Web
CoffeeCup HTML Editor
However, we also recommend using a text editor to learn HTML, such as Notepad (PC) or TextEdit (Mac). We believe that using a simple text editor is a great way to learn HTML.
We can use the Notepad tool to create HTML files, as follows:
To open notepad (in Windows):
Enter HTML code in Note book:
Select Save as in the Notepad file menu.
your HTML file with an extension, no difference, depending on your usage habits.
Save the file in a folder you use frequently, such
Start your browser, then select the Open Files command in the Files menu, or double-click your HTML file directly in the folder.
The results of the run are similar to the following:
1, with UltraEdit (editing tools)
UltraEdit Text Editor is the editor for all your editing needs.
UltraEdit Text Editor is a powerful set of text editors.
UltraEdit Text Editor has built-in English word checking, highlighted by C and VB instructions, to edit multiple files at the same time, and not slow to open even large files.
UltraEdit software comes with HTML tag color display, search for replacements, and unlimited restore capabilities that are commonly used to modify EXE or DLL files.
2. Notepad (Code Editor)
Notepad is a free code editor under Microsoft Windows. I
t uses less CPU power and reduces the energy consumption of your computer system, but it's lightweight and efficient, making notepad a perfect replacement for Microsoft Windows Notepad.
3、Adobe Dreamweaver CC
Dreamweaver CC is a web design software launched by Adobe, the world's top software vendor, with a visual editing interface for making and editing websites and mobile applications. B ecause it supports code, splitting, designing, live view, and many other ways to author, write, and modify Web pages, for beginners, you can quickly create Web pages without writing any code. Its proven code editing tools are better suited for authoring by web development executives!
4, EditPlus (text editor)
EditPlus is a powerful text editor that replaces note books with unlimited Undo/Redo, English Scrabble, line-changing, column number tags, search replacements, simultaneous editing of multiple files, and full-screen browsing. A nd it also has a useful feature, is that it has the ability to monitor the scrapbook, can be synchronized in the scrapbook automatically paste text into editPlus edit window, let you save the steps to do the paste. I t is also a good HTML editor, in addition to being able to color-mark HTML Tags (while supporting C/C,Perl, Java), it also has a full HTML and CSS1 instruction capability built in for friends who are used to editing web pages with Noteamoto. Saves you more than half of your web production time, and if you have installed versions above IE 3.0, it will also be combined with an IE browser in the EditPlus window, allowing you to preview edited pages directly (or specify a browser path if you don't have IE installed).
There are usually two main types of errors when writing HTML code:
HTML itself is not prone to syntax errors because the browser runs in loose mode, which means that the browser continues to run even if there is a syntax error. B rowsers often have built-in rules to parse the markup of writing errors, so the page can still be displayed even if it does not match expectations. Of course, there are hidden dangers.
Note: HTML is parsed in a relaxed way because the web was created with the initial intention that everyone could publish content without tangled code syntax.
Let's discuss it with a piece of HTML code that contains errors:
Here's the problem with the code above:
<strong>not have an end label. T his is serious because the end of the element is difficult to determine. In fact, all the remaining text is bold.
<li>a nesting problem in the second element: For
<strong>emphasis" and the emphasis is on the "strong" and
</em>explain correctly for the same reasons.
hrefproperty is missing a double quote. This leads to one of the most serious problems: the entire link is completely rendered.
However, the browser tries to fix the code error:
<strong>no explicit off-label, so the browser has filled out
<strong>the separate blocks after
After reading the examples above, you'll see the importance of maintaining a good HTML format.