I think we all know that there’s no CSS without HTML code and since we’re showcasing the web design we can’t ignore the fact that the backbone of every website is this markup language.
To make the perfect design we need to use the best HTML editors and fortunately there are plenty, we just have to pick our favorite. In this article I’m presenting and comparing the best free online HTML editors which all run in your browser and you don’t even have to install any program or register in order to gain access to them. Just open their web address and you can start building your markup with these tools.
Running on a nice and clean user interface, showing a source editor and WYSIWYG code composer side by side this free online tool definitely makes the HTML composing a piece of cake. It comes with all the benefits of the well known TinyMCE web editor, and having some very useful additional features, such as the built-in code clean-up, the gibberish text generator, the color picker, the find and replace tool and more.
The second tool in our list has a free demo version and a more advanced premium area which allows the web publishers to do magic with their articles. We have to mention here the tag manager, the tag extractor, tag attribute remover but it comes with many tidy options as well. If the free demo features are not enough we can get access to all these great features for only 9$ per month, which I believe it’s worth the price because it can save us so much valuable time and an easy.
Our third entry doesn’t have a visual editor which gives us a bigger freedom to do whatever we want with our code, because the previous entries simply don’t allow us to add invalid code to the editor always correcting our mistakes. With this code editor we have the freedom to add absolutely anything to the source.
While the other entries in this toplist the two editors work both ways, in this case we have only access to the source code but not to the preview, which is changing instantly as we modify the code.
We’re closing our list with a similar editor where the visual and source editor are linked together and they’re both changing in real time as we edit one of them. The syntax highlighting of the source makes it nice and readable.
Click the headings of the tools in our list and try them all so you can use the one most suitable for your needs. I hope this review helped you find the best online HTML editor and it will save you loads of time.