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The following is a list of HTML editors.
HTML editors that support What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) paradigm provide a user interface similar to a word processor for creating HTML documents, as an alternative to manual coding. Achieving true WYSIWYG however is not always possible.
While word processors are not ostensibly HTML editors, the following word processor are capable of opening, editing and saving HTML documents. Among them, Microsoft Word inserts extraneous markups into the document.
WYSIWYM (what you see is what you mean) is an alternative paradigm to WYSIWYG, in which the focus is on the semantic structure of the document rather than on the presentation. These editors produce more logically structured markup than is typical of WYSIWYG editors, while retaining the advantage in ease of use over hand-coding using a text editor.
Editors that have been discontinued, but may be in common use