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Weggo! is a drag and drop HTML (HyperText Markup Language) editor. It supports the creation of simple web pages using a small set of tags (commands).
Whilst website generally functions as intended, it still has some bugs and usability issues which may affect your experience.
Current versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge are supported. Internet Explorer, prior to version 11, is not supported.
From KS2 and upwards, but it's a great learning tool for adult beginners too.
Work is automatically saved to your browser; you don't need to do anything - it'll be there when you return.
No, nothing whatsoever.
Headline (h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6); paragraph (p); unordered list (ul); ordered list (ol); list item (li); image (img); link (a); DIV ID and Classes.
This is an introduction to HTML so, for simplicity, only the most commonly used Tags have been included.
Users create web code using Lego-like blocks. "Weggo!" = "Web" + "Lego".
Technically, yes. But a smart phone's screen is too small to be able to properly interact with the software, so it's not recommended.
No, it runs entirely in your browser. You may wish to download and print out the tutorials though.
It's short for "Wolverhampton", as in the University of Wolverhampton. Weggo! is an undergraduate student project.
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