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|What is XHTML?|
|Monday, 09 June 2008 17:41|
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What is HTML?
HTML is the bedrock of all websites on the World Wide Web. It stands for Hyper Text Markup Language and is used to tell a web browser how to display any web page by using small markup tags. HTML files must have the extension .htm or .html and they can be created with any simple text editor or more advanced programs. Listed below are programs that you can use to create HTML documents and follow along in the tutorials presented on this site.
Text editors for Windows
The last release of this program occurred in 2004.
The last release of this program occurred in 2007. It also still has an active development cycle with further updates expected in the future.
This program comes packaged with Windows. It does not provide syntax highlighting. If you want this functionality with Notepad, look at the program, Notepad++
The last release of this program occurred in March, 2008. This program also has a commercial version called EditPad Pro.
Web development programs for Windows
Formerly Front Page
This program has long been considered the gold standard in web development programs. It comes with the "gold standard" price as well.
This link provides a ton of information on various editors that will help you create HTML documents for your website.
At 4Christ Ministry, we use PSPad and Adobe Dreamweaver 8 to create our sites. We also use Photoshop CS2 for graphics, but that’s another set of tutorials! Let's get on with this tutorial!!