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This writing will teach you how to write your own web pages by using HTML. You do not need any special what you see is what you get HTML editor to use this guide, any old text editor will do just fine.
By learning HTML, you will have much more control over how your web pages look, and you'll more easily discover ways to make your web pages look even better. HTML is platform independent, meaning it can be written and viewed on any type of computer (Windows, Mac, UNIX/Linux, whatever!)
Because HTML is platform independent, you'll need to save your HTML files in standard text format, sometimes known as ASCII. The easiest way to do this is use a program like notepad.exe in Windows, pico in Linux, and the like.
If you'd prefer to use a word processor like Word or WordPerfect to write your HTML code, you can do so, but you need to save your files as "Text" or "Text Only." You'll see this option in a drop down box in your "Save As..." screen.
If you use a word processor and forget to save it as Text format, you'll see only garbled data when you try to view your page with a web browser.