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Surveying the Field of HTML Software


 

The sections that follow describe where to find some of the most popular Windows HTML authoring tools and give you important facts about each of them. These tools vary in their scope and functionality, but all of them are designed to help you create HTML documents more easily. Check out the URLs that follow for complete information on these tools and many more.

We separate these tools into four major categories: WYSIWYG HTML authoring tools, HTML code editors, word processing programs, and HTML file converters.

No matter which kind of tool you choose to try, remember that the objective is to create eye-catching, informative Web pages that can also function on your targeted browsers. If the tool you try doesn’t help you, try another tool. You can find one out there that will do the job for you.

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You can find more information on the latest and greatest Windows HTML authoring tools on many WWW sites. You may use your favorite search site (Yahoo!, Excite, Lycos, Netscape, and so on) and search for “HTML editor.” Or you may go directly to one of these URLs:

union.ncsa.uiuc.edu/HyperNews/get/www/html/editors.html
(Giant list of every editor imaginable.)

www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Software/Internet/
World_Wide_Web/HTML_Editors/MS_Windows/

cws.internet.com/32html.html
(Stroud's Consummate List of HTML editors and tools for Windows.)

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