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25 Useful WYSIWYG Editors Reviewed - Smashing Magazine When it comes to coding editors, it’s damn hard to a get a clear overview of all the benefits and functionalities different editors have to offer. However, in the end everybody needs one, so it’s important to know which editor is best tailored to your personal needs. WYSIWYG-editors are often criticized by real coding ninjas for bloated, dirty and not standards-complaint source code they’ve been producing over the last years. Sometimes you need to provide your clients with some simple tools to edit or update their web-sites. We believe that it would be wrong to recommend you some “best” editors, because the choice always depends on your requirements, primary goals, skills and experience. Hopefully, you’ll find some editors you’ve never heard about before. What does WYSIWYG mean? The somehow cryptic abbreviation WYSIWYG stands for “What You See Is What You Get”. Notice: this post reviews only desktop-based WYSIWYG-editors which run on Windows, Linux or Mac. Adobe Dreamweaver Link NVU Link

OpenOffice.org Creating a Favicon Languages: English • 日本語 • (Add your language) A favicon (short for "favorite icon") is an icon associated with a website or webpage intended to be used when you bookmark the web page. Web browsers use them in the URL bar, on tabs, and elsewhere to help identify a website visually. A favicon is typically a graphic 16 x 16 pixels square and is saved as favicon.ico in the root directory of your server. WordPress Version 4.3 or later WordPress Version 4.3 implemented Site Icon feature that enables favicon in your web site. Follow the below steps to set favicon in your site. Prepare image file. Creating a Favicon A favicon can be created using any graphics/image editing software, such as GIMP, that allows the saving of .ico files. The image should be clear and is usually designed to match your site's image and/or content, a big task for something so small. To prepare the image to be saved as favicon.ico: By cropping or adding space around the image, make the image square.

39 Web Apps and Tools We Use to Create Websites Probably not unlike you, we use a cadre of different tools to help us create websites and products we’re proud of. Every year it seems that this list morphs, evolves, shrinks and grows. So we thought, ‘Hey, it might be valuable to some people to get a look at how we build things and the tools that we use to get the job done.’ We looked at every step of our development process and highlighted our favorite technologies every step of the way. 39 Web Apps and Tools We Use to Create Websites Meeting, Brainstorming, Strategy Our initial planning phases are all about collaboration. Skype – Like many of you, our clients are in far-flung places. Whiteboard – It’s not digital, but there’s nothing more valuable than being able to sketch out quick flows, wire concepts and architectures. Google Docs – Emailing files back and forth, buying Microsoft Office and dealing with version control just isn’t for us. Basecamp – If your job is to ship, Basecamp is the lightweight tool to help you do that.

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