There are many online HTML editors that fulfill similar tasks and are very popular but most of these haven’t been updated for years and they don’t follow the latest trends. Being so old they have got a big reputation from Google, many sites are linking to them and many people got used to them. We could mention here HTMLEdit by Squarefree, OnlineHTMLEditor .Net, HTML Instant and many others.
We could hear the news many times recently that the Rubik’s Cube World record was broken by Lucas Etter, a 14 year old lad from the USA. He was the first human being to solve the Rubik’s Cube under five seconds on an official cubing competition. He applied more than 40 rotations on the cube in an amazing 4.90 seconds. Watch the record breaking video clicking the link above. You can barely see his fingers moving.
Now that the Christmas holiday season is on its way and this is the time of the year when many people receive Magic Cubes as gifts, we’re dedicating an article to the online Rubik’s Cube solver which might become handy if you’re stuck solving your twisty puzzle.
Most web publishers compose their web content nowadays in a way that they’re not even aware that they’re in fact editing HTML code in the background. The various visual site builders and WYSIWYG editors of almost every CMS allow us a very comfortable way to get our content ready to publish without knowing anything about HTML tags, however it would be highly recommended to be familiar with HTML coding if you intend to compose valid content for websites. Continue reading “The Best Free Online HTML Editor”
There are many free online tools with a simple interface which were developed to help us convert our text to uppercase, lowercase or sentence case with a few clicks. Some tools support even more specific settings, like random, pascal, alternating, or title case. The PascalCase, hyphen-case and the snake_case converters help us generate file names instantly.
It’s very handy when we want to demonstrate a computer code on a webpage and we want to do this in a nice-looking way using colored syntax highlighting. In this article we present a free instant highlighter which converts our code to a readable HTML code.
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Keeping our source code clean is very important not only for SEO, but a tidy source is easier to maintain, and it loads faster. Unfortunately most of the WYSIWYG editors, including Microsoft Word leaves a very dirty code once converted to HTML. In this article we’re going to present the best free online HTML5 editor we could find out there which respects the Web Standards.
On the home page of HTML5-Editor.Net we can see two big text areas next to each other. We can use the one on the right to compose our article with a nice visual editor and in the meantime we can see and edit the source code on the left side. The fact that we can see the code and the result side by side simultaneously proved to make us very efficient.
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HTML5 means different things to different people. You could argue that HTML5 only includes features that are defined in the W3C HTML5 specification or you could argue that it includes every specification, draft or experimental feature that is added to browsers in the last couple of years. We decided to take the middle ground and split the test into three parts: