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2. Introduction to HTML5: Part 1 > 2.2. Editing HTML5

2.2. Editing HTML5

We’ll create HTML5 documents by typing HTML5 markup text in a text editor (such as Notepad, TextEdit, vi, emacs) and saving it with the .html or .htm filename extension.

Computers called web servers store HTML5 documents. Clients (such as web browsers running on your local computer or smartphone) request specific resources such as HTML5 documents from web servers. For example, typing www.deitel.com/books/downloads.html into a web browser’s address field requests the file downloads.html from the books directory on the web server running at www.deitel.com. We discuss web servers in Chapter 17. For now, you’ll simply place the HTML5 documents on your computer and render (i.e., display) them by opening them locally with a web browser.


  

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