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Did you visit my www.kobudovenlo.nl? It has game info
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I made my first page using Notepad++, yippiee!

Used MS Frontpage so far, but everyone tells you you should not. Last year or so, I spend more&more time in de code than in the WYSIWYG part. Yesterday downloaded KompoZer and Notepad++, and to my slight surprise, Notepad++ was easier for me.

Slowly phasing MS out...
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Not giving the link - small defeat.
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SAKURA in KYOTO 2018 Back to Kansai
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http://www.kobudovenlo.nl/
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I've done very little html, and almost all of that was because I was using an application that nested it's macro language as pseudo-Javascript inside html. But I found text editors much better than any "html editor" or web page editor, which seemed to fill the code up with an awful lot of unnecessary junk. I'm using TextPad, but there are several that do syntax highlighting, I'm sure any will do the job.

Oh, and I'm not a programmer by any stretch of the imagination, just an engineer who needs to do some programming to be effective. The only language I was ever taught formally was fortran.
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