Quick HTML reference library and convenient online editor

For those of you that work with html code, I’m going to point you to an online reference site that has become a working tool for me in almost everything I create for the web.

It has tutorials, html, css reference and so much available to assist with your projects. There is one feature I always use for quick reference instead of opening up a software based html editor and I’ll point that out to you below.

Here are just a few examples from the Tizag website.

    • HTML Reference                   Javascript Tutorial
    • CSS Reference                     PHP Tutorial
    • CSS Examples                      PERL Tutorial
    • PHP Examples                      Ajax

 

Click here to visit Tizag.com

 
Along with the online photo editor and this online HTML tool and reference website, I find that I rarely use my software programs for creating or editing projects as I just open these sites in a tabbed browser and do my work accordingly.

Now the feature I use most is on the front page of the website with a clickable link that opens up into a webpage editor as in photo #2.

practice while learning

We have added a new utility to our web site that allows you to type HTML code directly into the browser, click a button, and see what it would look like as a web site. Check it out for yourself —HTML Viewer–!

 

 

 

 

 

Click the area that says HTML Viewer on the home page to open the webpage editor and then you can insert your html in between the body tags where I have the red arrow pointing in photo #2.

I just copy and paste my HTML code that I’m working on and click the view web site tab at the bottom. It then opens a new page and displays your code as it will appear on a website as a web page.

If you have a lot of pages you want to test and view with this editor, just refresh the page to clear it for your next code insertion. When I’m satisfied and finished, I copy and paste the HTML code into something like notepad and save it.

 

Of course if you have large editing projects you will want to use a software based editor, but for quick viewing and editing projects I’m sure you will find this a valuable tool to add to your collection.

 

 

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