On 1/27/2011 4:25 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
I use gedit (a text-editor) and switch from plain-text to html so that it all
gets colour-coded. Most text-editors (except Notepad) seem to offer the same
functionality. Does that count as an html editor?
Probably not... You should employ an HTML editor that validates and
simplifies coding for a number of common DOCTYPEs. There are plenty of
them available. Try using the free (X)HTML editors from W3C or CoffeeCup
Software. A decent editor also incorporates CSS for formatting.
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