[Herts] Web Authoring Software

Tim Gibbon tommybobbins at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 15:24:36 BST 2007

This only applies if you are building a new site, feel free to ignore
if you are working with someone elses sh^Hite.

<rant>HTML editors are inevitably used to understand nested tables for
layout. Nested tables are dead, buried and no-one wants to bring them
back. Frames are also pants if you want google to be your friend.
Stick to simple HTML and make the stylesheet do the work.</rant>

I recommend picking a decent stylesheet up from somewhere like

Simple category gets my vote everytime.

Then using a text editor of your choice to edit the basic html and
stylesheet. Oreilly's pocket css guide is essential if you pick this

Little book of calm:

Bigger book of understanding:

My 2p,


On 7/24/07, Jason Clifford <jason at ukpost.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Jul 2007, nicolas wrote:
> > Does anyone have any recommendations of Free Web authoring software for
> > Windows (Sorry!) Well, they could be Linux and Windows.
> notepad
> nvu if you want a GUI development environment.
> Jason
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