Richard shows you how to use Advanced HTML Editor 2 to add and edit articles on your website. You can add your own text, images and markup editing your website has never been this easy!
My name is Rich Mariner (http://www.easywebtuts.com)
I live in Tallahassee, Florida and develop Intranet and Internet sites. I received Certification from Florida State University as a Webmaster and I'm also a Microsoft Certified Professional.
I've developed websites in everything from Homesite, FrontPage, Dreamweaver and now Expression Web Designer. They are all very good tools.
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