HTML Editors

HTML Editors is a most important things in web design.

HTML Editor is a software or place where all of the HTML

code are written to build a web page.

HTML can be written/edited  by using a professional HTML editor :


1.Macromedia Dreamweaver or Adobe Dreamweaver.

2.Coffee Cup HTML Editor

3.Microsoft Expression Web

4.PHP Designer

Writing HTML Using Text Edit or Notepad

However, To learning HTML it is good idea to use Text-Edit For (mac ) & Notepad for Windows.

But to get Advance Features you can use Notepad++ or Adobe Dreamweaver.

Adobe Dreamweaver has a some special features to edit HTML. For Example: In Adobe Dreamweaver you can edit HTML in both text mode & design mode.That are not available

in other editors. For download you may go  Free download Adobe Dreamweaver.

PHP Designer is a another most popular HTML editor.Basically advance level web programmer

are used PHP designer.Here you can write web programming like: HTML, PHP, CSS, Javascript etc .

It is more comfortable to design a web page. you can can download it from  download PHP designer.

 4 steps  to create your first web page with Notepad:

Step 1:: Start Notepad

To start Notepad you have  to go:

>All Programs
> Notepad

Step 2::  Edit your HTML with  Notepad

Type your HTML code on your notepad like below or just copy and past of the following code

save it as first.html finally run on browser.



<h1> This a example of heading h1</h1>

<p> This a example of paragraph </p>



Step 3:: Save Your HTML Code

Select Save as  from Notepads file menu.

When you save a  HTML file/code, you can  chose  .php or the .html file extension. There is no difference between  .php or the .html file extension.

Save the file on your desktop or in a folder that is easy to remember, like first.

Step 4: Run the HTML file in Your Browser

To run the .html file just double-click on your HTML file or Start your web browser and open your html file from the File menu.

The result should look  like this:

Related Post or you may felt interest:

  1. Introduction of HTML5&HTML

  2. HTML Basic

  3. HTML Elements

  4. HTML Heading

  5. HTML Paragraph

  6. HTML Table

  7. HTML Forms

  8. HTML Links


  10. HTML Images