I don’t know what exactly it is, but sometimes I find myself asking my friends what their web address should be on my website.
They always tell me that it should be something like this: [email protected] , because I’m not sure if I should use that instead of something like myname.com.
It is always hard for me to remember what I actually wrote on my web page or even what my web address actually was.
I often find myself looking up my web pages to find the correct name.
How can I avoid this?
I am a huge fan of the HTML5 specification.
HTML5 has been a big hit for the web.
Its really easy to get started.
Its super easy to make your own, and the benefits are so clear and obvious.
HTML also allows you to define more advanced properties like font, colour, and other properties you could use on other HTML5-based markup.
But what if you want to use HTML5’s new capabilities to create beautiful, customised web pages?
That’s where Modify comes in.
Modify is a tool for managing your web pages.
It lets you set up customisation and style options for your pages, and also add and delete web pages as you like.
The tool has some great features that make it easy to create, manage, and edit your own customised sites.
The good thing is that Modify also allows users to save their customised pages to their website, so they can keep them around for future reference.
The great thing is, if you use Modify on your own web pages, you don’t need to be a web developer.
You can just use Modified.html as your web page template.
If you want the power of Modify, Modify.html is a must have for any web designer, developer, or developer who wants to create customised websites.
It’s also free and open source.
For more info, read the Modify website.