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Creating or fixing a website is a daunting prospect for the beginner. What may be a five-minute project for a professional developer can seem like a huge undertaking for the inexperienced.

An HTML editor, programming platform and debugger rolled into one, Komodo IDE can be used by beginners to gain the knowledge and confidence needed to create beautiful websites. At the same time, it's robust enough for seasoned web developers.

Komodo IDE provides multiple coding language support for CSS, HTML, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, HTML-Smarty and other languages. This gives users the ability to create an entire website without resorting to other development platforms. For beginning users, the multi-language support illustrates the parts of your website that are made up of HTML and how your CSS (cascading style sheets) affects the design, among other things.

The learning curve for coding can be steep. Komodo's auto complete feature shortens that learning curve. For example, if you want to put a link in your web page, auto complete guides you, showing how the code for a proper working link looks.

For more advanced users, auto complete speeds the process of developing websites and programs. Komodo IDE's auto complete feature supports CSS, HTML, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Tcl, XML and XSLT.

The HTML source feature allows the user to see what the back end (or code) of any website looks like. For advanced users, this comes in handy with debugging a website or viewing a potential client's website. For beginning users, this can be a wonderful way to learn coding. Many people find it easier to create dynamic websites if they can see what an entire piece of working code looks like.

Whether you're an experienced coder or a beginner taking your first tentative steps into the coding world, sub-language background colors are a must-have. For instance, if you have an HTML website with rotating images or flickering banners, it probably uses other coding languages, such as JavaScript. When editing your pages, you can set each language to its own color to identify the area you're working on.

Although the ability to share with multiple users is definitely handy for programmers, it can also be applied to websites. For example, as a beginning webmaster, you may need feedback on why a link isn't working or why your intended sidebar is a top bar. With multi-user support, you can easily share your project with others, which makes it easier for them to help you understand where you went wrong and how to get back on track.

This HTML editor offers solid help and support. You can find answers to basic questions and get help with setting up your software. There is an in-program manual. Community forums provide an in-depth help area with real Komodo IDE users, developers, programmers, designers and Komodo creators. Also included are online support, phone support, a free newsletter/blog and product training.

For beginning webmasters, Komodo IDE is a useful guide into the world of web development. For advanced developers, it's a great addition to your development toolkit. Those used to standard HTML editors may find the amount of possibilities overwhelming but can quickly become comfortable with Komodo's user interface.