Mozilla has released a web page creation editing tool that steps novice users through HTML and CSS. Dubbed “Thimble”, Mozilla bills the new tool a “webmaker”. While that term is cringeworthy, the two-paned web app is anything but. One pane offers raw HTML, with just a few basic tags. The other offers a WYSIWYG view of the HTML …
just wanted to give that a big thumbs up
that is all
Great for schools that can't afford dreamweaver.
Well done mozilla.
And for ones that can't
Some of the worst sites I have seen were done in Dreamweaver where some of the best have been done with a plain-old text editor. So I wish every school used things like this to teach coding.
Pint on me! Amazing stuff!
Is it just me thinking that if they only valuable thing they've added is pre-done templates with lots of comments then why bother re-inventing the wheel? Why not simply create templates with comments for something like Maqetta?
Does this even support HTML5 or just the plain old HTML/CSS combo's we've been seeing since the days of Geocities?
Re: Just why?
GeoShitties didn't support CSS, just HTML. Also, they are teaching HTML5, just not the advanced stuff that makes it different than HTML4.
What it seems to lack is a way for you to edit a webpage you already have on your hard disk.
Hopefully spoon-feeding them HTML5 will get them off their asses!
Re: Sounds good
I can see leaving JS for later, since its quite large and frankly, it should just go away. CSS on the other hand is very simple and even just using the basics and can make some very good websites.
Re: Sounds good
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