You can download a plethora of excellent HTML authoring tools for the Macintosh from numerous online sites. All but a couple of these tools are freeware or shareware, and most are appropriate for beginning to advanced HTML authors.
Because of their low- or no-cost status, these freeware/shareware tools dont offer the kind of hand-holding you might expect from commercial products. But then, they dont weigh the bottom line down much, either. Most of these Macintosh products ship with very good to pretty good documentation, and some even have online or balloon help. (For non-Mac heads, balloon help is popup information that takes the form of cute little balloons that appear when you run your mouse over a portion of the program's interface.) Thankfully, these tools are easy to learn because they use familiar Macintosh word-processing or text-editor models and the Macintosh menuing system.
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