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    Getting started . . .

    Hi folks, I'm a nooby coder learning HTML and CSS right now. I'm studying on Codecady.com One thing I really like about that site is the feature where you put your code in and click run and it shows what your code is doing on the adjacent section of the screen.

    What I want is to find a program that does exactly that. A program where I can input my code, view it as I create it and modify as I go a long and learn new things. I'm hoping by the time I get done with the HTML/CSS section I'll be able to make a nice HTML, web-site version of my resume.

    Does anyone know a program that does what I'm looking for?

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    https://codepen.io

    That, or the excellent Web Maker extension for Google Chrome.

    Also, Mozilla Thimble.

    There are myriad more, but these are the best, IMHO, as they're most capable of growing along with your skill set.
    Ron Roe
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    "If every app were designed using the same design template, oh wait...Bootstrap."

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    Thanks for the advice Ronald, cheers!


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