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.
- CSS Reference PHP Tutorial
- CSS Examples PERL Tutorial
- PHP Examples Ajax
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–!
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.