Save time creating HTML markup/content — PageSection provides an HTML Editor that uses the
contenteditable HTML attribute to allow full live-page editing of HTML content within your web browser.
This provides a dynamic content-creation experience whereby every element in the webpage can be edited or customized by the user with the final results and HTML markup (code) being generated immediately.
To use the editor, simply click on the element you want to edit, and make changes accordingly. You can also toggle attributes of that specific element, or even toggle 'Code Preview' mode and edit as code. For example, check out the live demo (sample project), then click on any text or image and start editing. Changes will be updated live.
Feel free to try out the live-demo (sample) project shown above for quick testing. The project uses one of the free sample projects provided on this website, so you are free to edit, download or share the template. Below, we shall explain some of the other advantages and features of using the HTML Editor and PageSection in general.
Get HTML Project
This could be a website for a client, or for personal use. Get the necessary project files of the website to upload
Create Zip File
Put the website (project) files in a single zipped (.zip) file, include an
index.html at the "top" and not within another folder
Upload Zip File
Upload the zip file using our service to create a project and receive a link. Later you can edit or delete the project
Receive Web Link
After any successful project upload, you will receive a web URL link which can be used to visit or share the website
If you prefer (already-made) pre-built HTML templates, consider visiting the editable HTML templates page. Most of the templates are free-to-use and built using popular front-end frameworks such as Tailwind CSS, Bootstrap, etc. Access 100+ customizable HTML templates and snippets powered by the HTML Editor. Or upload to create your own templates.
Every valid upload or saved project on PageSection is assigned a free URL web link. This includes a live preview link to view the project/file/upload when the link is clicked — suitable for HTML webpages, text files, images, videos and other files that can be viewed within a web browser. Users can also create download links for any of their uploaded/saved projects.
Using the generated live URL web links, users can save, view and share the HTML content online with other users across the internet. This is suitable for online collaboration e.g. when sharing website templates with a client, or for educational purposes like student web-dev projects. The links can also be disabled (if and when necessary) by simply deleting the linked project.
No user lock-in. PageSection allows users to download any of the user uploaded projects. Lock-in is a problem with many other web platforms such as website builders which tend to produce content that cannot be used elsewhere. PageSection is different and sticks to the very basics; users can upload, store, and export (download) or share the results.
Interact with HTML content as it was meant to be — within your web browser. No need for extra downloads, installations or plugins. Just connect to the internet and get started. Save changes for later access after creating a user account.
The HTML Editor was created to support both programmers and non-programmers, that is why it provides both a visual-editor mode and a code-editor mode. This can be realy valuable to low-code or no-code enthusiasts in an organisation or project. Visual editing enables anyone to quickly edit an HTML document regardless of (previous) coding knowledge or experience.
We display an abstract HTML structure representing all the elements in HTML document, for easy reference and editing. This is similar to the HTML-DOM commonly viewed in browser dev-tools, however the editor gives a simplified version. The best part about it is that the HTML structure updates automatically to reflect changes in both the visual and code editing modes of the HTML Editor.
If you got any extra questions or need user support, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to provide you with a solution. We also appreciate any authentic user feedback. Hopefully you find this information useful, cheers.