I've been fiddling with HTML coding, CGI scripts, and creating and maintaining Internet and Intranet web sites since early 1997.
Mostly, I find it an entertaining way to be creative. Not physically demanding either, unless the keyboard wrist support is missing.
As with many things, I just make it up as I go along, but it does the trick when it's done. Not real fancy, but hopefully effective.
Various parts of my web site are brought to you by these gadgets.
This page and all others were coded and are maintained using whatever text editor is handy (no fancy Web Editor here). They were mostly viewed with Internet Explorer® (either wholly integrated with the operating system, or as an add-on to perhaps an previous operating system) during the creation process.
I also check them out with Netscape Navigator®, since it knows how to do the server push thing.
How'd he do that? A great source for html info.
This site best viewed with a browser that provides support for frames and tables.
Two fine samples:
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