Ian Rastall wrote:
>>> Anyone recommend a good tutorial on how to use a plain text editor
>>> on a windows PC, like Wordpad to write an HTML document?
> Any decent HTML tutorial should work fine. I would use Notepad, rather
> than Wordpad, or a simple free text editor, like NoteTab Light. Since
> an .html file is just plain text, just write the code and open the
> file in a browser.
I'd strongly advice you to get hold of one of the many free editors out
there. Many such editors are decent and very powerful. You will benefit in
the long run.
I personally think that Notepad is terrible. Its line-wrapping and save
mechanism (to name a few weaknesses) are poor and there is no support
text/code highlight. Notepad is only good for a 5-line TODO list, but no
task beyond that. It's lightweight, hence it's aimed at 'lightweight'
Roy S. Schestowitz