This article is about html (hyper text mark-up language) editors. They are tools used to create webpages, and you usually need to know basic HTML. An example of HTML is if you wanted to make blinking letters you would put the text you want to blink, or if you wanted a link you would put The name of the link, and your browser will read it and it will come out as blinking, and clickable text. WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editors are html editors which require little or no HTML knowledge. Instead of using the code, you edit the page as it is, and ou drag in images/texts.
The only problem with WYSIWYG editors is basically that what you see is what you get! You can only make the simpleist webpages. I know basic HTML, and I have my own webpage. I think it’s impiortant to know html for future jobs. There is already millions of jobs requiring html, imagine what it will be like in the furure. In ten years or so, having a computer, withe the internet, will be almost as common as a TV is now. Computers will be the majopr household device, being used to control everything. Computers may even replace your car.
They may be used as teleportation devices to rearange your molecular structure and transporte you to which ever place you want to go, then put your molecules back to normal. On the other hand, maybe knowing HTML ins’t as important to know as we think. WYSIWYG editors are getting better be the day. They can do more and “What you see” is becoming mor and more. They are also making cleaner html codes so that the browser can read it faster. Maybe WYSIWYG editors are the future of the internet, and not plain HTML. Maybe the internet will not even be a part of the future.
Maybe it will be an information overload, and will crash. They would probably start a new version of the internet, and they would name it something else. We all know that things in computer technoledgy are getting better everyday, so the new internet would lose all of the obsolete junk, making it go faster, and have less chance of the computer freezing up. If it would start over there would probably be less unwanted information, for at least a couple of years. I personally know that webmasters make a page, then put it in every search engine possible.
Then they advertise it, and update it once in a while for a couple of monthes. Then they get tired of the page, and leave it. They then make a new page, which is more up to date, looks cooler than the last one, has different interests, and is basically a better page. The old pages are unwanted. Although they may still have some valuable information in them, the same information, and more would be on the webmaster’s new page. Right now I am 13, and being a webmaster (knowing HTML) is probably the greatest thing that has ever happened to me.
There are millions of compainies paying webmasters to link them to thier site. I have just started doing this, and and my first paycheck is due in a couple of weeks. I enjoy having my webpage, while at the same time I am making money. If HTML does not survive through the future, it is defenetly something that should be used in the present. It is being used right now, and it is defenetly something that you can really benefit from knowing it. It is fun, you learn, and you can make money. So I think that everyone should know HTML.