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    Default HTML design tool

    With the interest in ESP8266s, and the need to shove your data onto the interenet, I couldnt put off learning the basics of HTML any longer.

    But at the newbie stage I am at, it became very tedious to modify the code, upload it to the ESP, and then check if the page displayed as intended.

    Here's an online tool I found that makes this process a breeze; simply paste your code in the left pane, and see how its going to actually look in the right pane.

    http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit....tml_center_css

    Works with graphics as well.

    Hope somebody finds this useful.

    Regards,

    Anand

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    you can also place your html in a text type document using notepad or better yet notepad++ (used by programmers). Then you save as file type htm. Then that file opens with your browser of your choice.
    don

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