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    html editor for a newbie

    My friend want to download any html editor for free from internet. He doesnt know html much. So he cannot hand code. Any suggestions?

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    Arachnophilia, or NotePad Plus maybe. Or why not a more WYSIWYG environment like the 1stPage 2000 or Mozilla Composer?
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    He'd be better off just learning html, but then again it isn't for everyone.
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    My 2 faves...

    When I first started learning HTML, I used Arachnophilia cuz' it was fairly simple & user-friendly.

    Arachnophilia - http://www.arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/index.html


    Now that I'm more advanced and use HTML, XHTML, CSS, Javascript, etc., I've used HTML-Kit most. It also lets you preview your work in both IE and Mozilla while you work, so you don't have to upload & view the page each time you edited it. Personally, the "Find/Replace" feature has saved me tons of time so I wouldn't have to dig thru pages of coding to find & edit what I need.

    HTML-Kit - http://www.chami.com/html-kit


    Hope one of these free html editors can help you out! Otherwise, if you just want something that can throw a web page together fast with little brain-activity or learning required (& still costs you nothing), search for "Microsoft Frontpage Express" or "Netscape Composer". And if you own Ulead PhotoImpact 6 or higher, it too has similar website creating capabilities.
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