Link + SSI tools check the accuracy of your code, reporting all aspects of design and eventual errors, flaws, invalid links, suggestions etc:
Link Popularity Check: checks your web site link popularity status on major search engines and compares it to other web sites.
Xenu's Link Sleuth: checks your web site for broken links and creates detailed report. Verifies: HTML links, images, frames, plug-ins, backgrounds, local image maps, style
sheets, scripts + java applets.
AnalogX LinkExaminer: checks your web site for internal + external broken links and creates detailed
Web site safety, security + popularity diagnostic tools
Web site safety, security + popularity diagnostic tools: Online tools:
This is the HTML/text editor I use [but I do
all my HTML coding by hand ]: Programmer's File Editor v1.01 32-bit (PFE32): Notepad replacement:
opens ANY number of ASCII/text/HTML/INI/source files of ANY size limited ONLY by your computer's memory, OLE2/DDE/MDI compliant, highly customizable: Get PFE32 [608 KB]. More info. HINT: BACKUP your original NOTEPAD.EXE, rename
PFE32.EXE to NOTEPAD.EXE, and then move the new NOTEPAD.EXE and PFE.HLP files to your Windows folder.
KompoZer, formerly known as NVU [free, open source]:
visible marks etc.
project management, image editor HTML file preview with up to 3 different external browsers besides default system browser, built-in image browser/viewer, 19 tag designers, support for W3C HTML 4.0 + CSS reference, right-click
menu for .HTML, .JS, .CSS + .TXT files with option to open with HTML Beauty etc.
Fresh HTML: WYSIWYG tree view interface, built-in editor, CSS styles inspector, tag
player, quick time, real media + flash video support, robots meta, link (style sheet, default icon, next, prev etc), search engines position optimizer, scheme color template for background, text + link.
WebZard 32-bit [953 KB]: good HTML editor, takes the pain out of creating tables, page/font layouts, frames etc.
DHE (Dynamic HTML Editor): dynamic cross-browser web page creator/editor, imports images in multiple formats, supports file insert, recursion + simple events, manages + generates
complex labels etc.
Arachnophilia (careware): one of the best full featured HTML editors, written in Java.
Host + Design Your Own Web Site Guides + Tools: avoid paying for a host provider →
download, install + learn how to use free (GPL), open source server software to host your own web/ftp site(s) on your home computer(s):
Guides, How-tos +
Using a Windows OS 32-bit or 64-bit [not free: end user, OEM or business license required!]:
to do this: Right-click on this link (my Site Search page using Google) → select Save Link As... (Firefox,
Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Gecko) or Save Target As... (Internet Explorer) or Save link as... (Chrome, Safari, WebKit) or Save Linked Content As... (Opera) and select to save Web Page, HTML only (Firefox,
Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Gecko) or Web Page, HTML only (*.htm;*.html) (Internet Explorer) or Web Page, HTML Only (Chrome, Safari, WebKit) or HTML file (Opera) →
right-click (Windows OS users: in Windows Explorer or similar file management tool) on your saved search.htm file → select to open
it with your favorite Notepad or better free(ware) plain text/ASCII editor→ find the ACTION='http://www.google.com/search'
text string → use the search script between the 1st pair of start <FORM etc...> and end </FORM> tags as template (copy & paste) for your site search page →
customize it to match your web site design. The CLASS='GSS'
selector inside <INPUT etc...> tags point to the
customized CSS code here...} CSS style sheet found within the
<HEAD> section under the
tag, and can be also customized. The ID='gglsrc'
tag, which must be located right after the closing </FORM>
tag. And last but not least... don't forget to change the domain name (all instances) to match yours, otherwise you're gonna search my site from your