How to use JSBin

Now that we know how to create a webpage by saving an HTML file on your desktop, I want to tell you about a really helpful tool: It serves as a type of Notepad or TextEdit, but breaks your screen into multiple screens and immediately allows you to see what your code will look like when run. jsbin html code example   The great thing about JSbin is that it will indent and auto-populate many parts of the HTML for you. In the above example, I only had to add the < p > paragraph section – everything else was already there when I went to the website. There are also options to add CSS or JavaScript code, but we will work on those later.


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