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Can we code directly on a browser for HTML5 or not?

6th Dec 2016, 7:18 PM
Muhammad Zeeshan Ismail
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19 Respostas
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i think no. you may use notepad or notepad++ for writing html codes.
12th Dec 2016, 3:29 PM
Maria Malik
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I would recommend using a text editor called "Brackets" it's an open source text editor that understands web design. It makes it easy to design in the browser. You can download the tool from the following website:
6th Dec 2016, 7:57 PM
Colin Curran
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It's typical not done on the browser. Usually a text editor is used and the file is saved as .html. I think there are a few browser plugins you can use in chrome and probably other browsers too that let you write your html code in the browser, however I have never used them so unfortunately I don't know how good they are.
6th Dec 2016, 8:04 PM
Colin Curran
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Are you wanting to code on the browser for testing/creating a new page or are you wanting to manipulate something on a site? If you're wanting to try changing something, you're looking at making/using a plugin or addon. If you're just doing it to play around or build something, you have either this app's web page editor, Notepad as others have suggested, third party editors for larger, more advanced webpages, or most text editors with linux OSs are the same as notepad and usually color-code text for web development if you don't like Windows. (Also, for testing, unless required, you can use .htm instead .html if you want to save an extra byte :) .) Long story short, it depends on what you're actually trying to accomplish and user preference.
10th Dec 2016, 2:02 AM
Austin Stewart
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you can use for HTML/CSS/js
18th Dec 2016, 11:37 AM
Caffeinated Gamer YT
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You can use this app
17th Aug 2017, 2:59 PM
Trapido02 - avatar
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Yes, but you have to use it on a windows 10 on microsoft edge. It is a feature called Developer Tools.
4th Dec 2019, 4:33 PM
TheDiamondBlue1 - avatar
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better you can use Notepad++
6th Dec 2016, 8:13 PM
N1H4R - avatar
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You can use service - it allow you wrote HTML, CSS, JS and show it result
7th Dec 2016, 9:37 PM
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i do recommend you a simple setup With sublime text
11th Dec 2016, 8:14 PM
Patryk Rybaczek
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You can try mozilla firefox developer edition brpwser for coding html5 in browser...trt it.
1st Oct 2019, 5:13 AM
MD. Sabbir Hossain
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In google chrome press ctrl shift I then change html the way you desire.
17th Oct 2019, 4:09 AM
Bizhan Hejazi
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Ctrl+Shift+I : you can edit here ūüėä
24th Mar 2020, 1:18 AM
Md Musan Nabin Ahmed
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Vs code editor is best
18th May 2020, 5:55 PM
Pratham - avatar
It's done in a text editor like Notepad
17th Dec 2020, 11:56 AM
Jehovah Rohi James Odeyale
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No we can't code directly on browser because we can identify that the code display this type of output what we typed but the browser can't understand that so we have to use texteditors like notpad ,notepad++,sublimetext
11th Jun 2021, 3:56 AM
Vish√Īu D√£zz-lar
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29th Jun 2021, 11:22 AM
abdellali majdoubi
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use a code editor notepad++ or vscode then make a .html file and edit it using the code editor if you need to know how to start coding usig html there are tons of videos online talking about this go ahead and goodluck
14th Aug 2022, 11:27 AM
Allen Jester O Garalde
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If I understand your question: No, broswer is the output for our code. You can use NotePad saving you document ".html".
6th Dec 2016, 8:00 PM
Luigi Ragni
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