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- George Self
May 21, 2004, 12:30 pm
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Keep in mind, though, that if you want to use Notepad to create HTML
files you have to save the file with an ".html" extension AND select
"All Files" as the file type. Notepad has a nasty habit of appending a
".txt" to every file name, so you'll end up with a file named
For what it's worth, I think you'll be much more productive if you get
an HTML editor rather than Notepad. There are great editors available
for free (my favorite is HTML KIT) and others you'll have to pay a bit
for. You should at least give some of the free ones a spin to see if
you like the results.