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A Search for an easy HTML editor

tips from the readers, Feb 2006, permalink _ HTML Editors


From Clif:

Verle wrote me with a very good question. I thought I'd ask the most knowledgeable people I know. That's you!


From Verle:

Clif, thanks for your newsletter. I look forward to it every week.


I'm stumped and hope you can advise me. I don't care for the homepage that my ISP provides. You have to sign in each time to get to the main site. Cookies want hold for some reason. I went looking for a free program a novice could use, don't know HTML, to create my own page and then save it to my harddrive. I used one back in the old win98 days that a computer magazine had, but have since lost it and don't remember the name. I know there are lots of sites you can go to to create your homepage, but to use them as your browsers homepage you have to sign in each time. I'm trying to avoid that. I have googled till I'm blue in the face, but no luck. Any thoughts or know of a program that might work.


Thanks for your time.


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