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Old 02-23-2005, 01:24 PM   #1
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Hi. A few questions about Mozilla Firefox from a newbie to the subject:

*Which HTML editors work with Mozilla Firefox? Aren't they Mozilla Editor and Mozilla Composer? Or are those the same program?

*I am using firefox v1.0 and believe I need to upgrade. What is newest/best version of firefox?

*As far as I know firefox comes with it's own HTML editor included. If so, where the hell would it be, because I can't seem to find it.
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1] Notepad, like always
2] http://www.mozilla.org/
3] Why do you need it?
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Old 02-23-2005, 03:29 PM   #3
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Because I am more artistic than technical and I want to set up a web page using my eyes instead of complex programing. I just want to design it like I would draw a picture etc.
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Okay, well don't use Mozilla's, it's not very great.
http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/td...ct=dreamweaver
Download, then enter this code:
WPD700-58202-88194-29915
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Mozilla have a HTML Editor?! That's probably really bad I need to give it a go.

Frontpage is great Don't really like saying it - but you're going to probably crack Dreamweaver anyway if you like it so you can easily download Frontpage. Or Visual Studio 2005 Web Developer Express; free in Beta 1 form and great with ASPX and HTML.
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I don't like WISYWIG or whatever, just as bad as using Geocities..
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Yeah but you can use both in any good one; and dragging and dropping into the code viewer is much quicker than typing it.
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Yeah I use it when im stuck on some things lol :/
Like if I don't know how the fluck to put a table to where I want it I just drag it there :/
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Haha. Lol.

They need to make the Style Editor on Visual Studio better though. You still have to go through your code with a fine toothpick to pick out all the variables you want for CSS and Skin Files.
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Yeah i'd rather do it raw code though ;]
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