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HTML Editor

If you're going to be making a web page, you'll need an HTML editor. Web pages are just normal text files, so you could use a text editor like Windows' Notepad or Macintosh's Simpletext. If you want it to be a bit easier, you can step up to a dedicated HTML editor. These make it a bit easier to put together a page. There's a free one called 1st Page 2000, from Evrsoft.

If you have no interest in learning HTML whatsoever, then you probably need a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor. These babies are like word processors for web pages. All of the complicated HTML stuff goes on behind the scenes, while you concentrate on making it beautiful. Web Designers like to make fun of people who use these editors. Apparently they like things to be difficult. The WYSIWYG editor I use is Macromedia Dreamweaver MX Windows - Full Version

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