My latest at ProfHacker: Learning HTML with Mozilla Thimble
A little over two years ago, I wrote a post about why one might want to write HTML. In that post, I pointed readers to a few HTML editors they might consider using, if they decided HTML was something they wanted to learn.
The project’s Get Started page offers two options: Start from scratch, which brings you to a mostly empty editor (and presumes you have some idea of what you’re doing), and Pick a project which—as one would expect—presents you with a list of projects to choose from. For purposes of my own exploration, I chose the “Learn HTML fast by making your own web page” project.
Thimble splits your browser window into two panes. On the left is an editor; on the right is a…
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