It is set up to be very easy to learn and use, making it an excellent choice for novice users but powerful enough for advanced users. It operates much like a simple text editor but includes many helpful features like HTML and CSS wizards and instant code-snippets, browser preview, and more. HTMLPad will help you learn web coding and make fewer mistakes while you are in the process.
When you run HTMLPad, you are greeted with a setup wizard that guides through the initial appearance and general configuration of the app. You have the option to choose various layouts types like All But Kitchen Sink, File Explorer Only, Full IDE, Normal, and Notepad, but you are not limited to just those you can additionally create and save your custom layout as well. Once you have completed this selection process, you can work with syntax and line highlighting, utilize the advanced text editor, code folding, macro recording, and search and replace. There is also a file explorer and FTP interface, code beautifier, and you can adjust the text editor, menus, toolbars, shortcut keys, and everything else to suit your needs. You can check out the features on the author's site because there way too many to list here but trust us there are a lot.