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  1. Rohangrr
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    Computer Text or HTML editor. Most computers already have a text editor and you can easily create HTML files using a text editor. Having said that, there are definite benefits to be gained in downloading an HTML editor. If you want the best HTML editor, and you don't mind paying money for it, you can't go past Adobe Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver is probably the best HTML editor available, and you can download a trial version for starters. If you don't have the cash to purchase an editor, you can always download a free one. Examples include SeaMonkey, Coffee Cup (Windows) and TextPad (Windows). If you don't have an HTML editor, and you don't want to download one just now, a text editor is fine. Most computers already have a text editor. Examples of text editors include Notepad (for Windows), Pico (for Linux), or Simpletext/Text Edit/Text Wrangler (Mac). Web Browser. For example, Internet Explorer or Firefox. For example an element of HTML CODES: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <title>HTML Tutorial Example</title> </head> <body> <p>Less than 5 minutes into this HTML tutorial and I've already created my first homepage!</p> </body> </html> The <!DOCTYPE... > element tells the browser which version of HTML the document is using. The <html> element can be thought of as a container that all other tags sit inside (except for the !DOCTYPE tag). The <head> tag contains information that is not normally viewable within your browser (such as meta tags, JavaScript and CSS), although the <title> tag is an exception to this. The content of the <title> tag is displayed in the browser's title bar (right at the very top of the browser). The <body> tag is the main area for your content. This is where most of your code (and viewable elements) will go. The <p> tag declares a paragraph. This contains the body text. PLZZ VISIT http://www.quackit.com and put a flike or a tweet for it!

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    Its taken from : http://www.quackit.com MY WEBPAGE pls LIKE

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    Rohangrr, this is not the place for you to post spam in an attempt to drive traffic to your ad for Dreamweaver.

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