The instructor of my XHTML class told us to download Adobe Dreamweaver to do HTML pages quickly. Adobe has a 30 day trial that anybody can. Well I got the program installed. The user interface does not look intuitively obvious.
Then my instructor said he could give us Microsoft Expression Studio free of charge. He made us install it in the computer lab. While it might not do as much as Adobe Dreamweaver, it is surprisingly easy to use.
After knocking out web pages with Express Studio, I wondered if it was worth it to learn how to hand code HTML pages. The verdict is yes. You will know how to debug any problem you encounter. You will also understand the setting much better than somebody who started by pointing and clicking.
Netstat - I have been researching info on a utility called netstat. There is surprisingly not much said about it, other than the multiple options that it support. N...