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hey does any one know how to write HTML code in linux.i wanna learnt HTML. does it require any compiler or something?i heard that it doesnt..is there any quick way to knab this web page programming language?help me out plz...
Do the tutorials for beginners there and in few hours you will be coding nice pages, freely from fancy expensive editors as Dreamweaver. Simple run your favorite editor (I use vim), save the document as .html or htm and open it from "file >> open" from your browser to see how it looks like and you are all set. There're no difference between .htm and .html. It happens because at the ages of Win3.1, you were able to ONLY save files with 3 characters extension. If you are running mozilla as web-browser, right click with the mouse anywhere and choose "View Page Source", to see how the page is done. You can learn a lot from it too.
Excellent point. I think accessibility is a factor all too often neglected by webmasters. I'm going to check out that w3c site to see how my website stacks up.
Quanta 2 had some problems, but Quanta 3 rocks! I built my site using it, and would strongly recommend it to anyone interested in web design. You can use any text editor to write HTML, but using Quanta makes it a hell of alot easier.
ok..buddies..i found out about quanta ...its already installed...but i found a fancy ide..i didnt know what to doo.i 'd better check out with site sourceforge site..thanx a lot to all of u out there.....but instead of quanta ....ithink i would go with HTML..i have already begin diggin into the HTML goodies..and it kinda feel kewl....
That's the spirit Stick with a text editor and www.htmlgoodies.com. Later you can change to a fancy editor, but it's good to have a background with html, in the case you need to fix something into the code .
You not really need a preview function either. I usually code html like this:
In one of my desktops, I have only the browser, mozilla and the text editor (vim). As soon as I save the document, I switch to the browser, press f5 and I see how it looks like . It's so cool to code everything and have full control of what you doing . I love coding