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Subject:Re: Your favoriate html editor From:Mark Gellis <mgellis -at- SILVER -dot- SDSMT -dot- EDU> Date:Sat, 6 Apr 1996 03:56:36 GMT
I have to agree. I very rarely need anything the web editors
provide to complete the hmtl programming I have to do. Plus,
it impresses the hell out of my friends who do not yet realize
how easy it is to program in html--and I'm not about to tell
I am beginning to think that, as David Blyth said,
: the best html editor is an ascii editor.