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I logged in my GoDaddy account where to access my website but was unable to find any html editor.

Although I found the domain manager, I could not get any further, do godaddy provide this service or should I look elsewhere for tools.

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By HTML editor you mean WYSIWYG ? Please edit your question to be more accurate on your needs. –  jflaflamme Jan 25 '12 at 9:20
    
Not WYSIWYG, just any editor where I can edit my code on the site. All other host provides file manager where you can select a file and edit it directly on the site. –  slow diver Jan 25 '12 at 13:52
    
Not all hosts do this. I've actually found it to be rare among the ones I've encountered. The WebSite Tonight builder does also have HTML editing available(answer edited). –  Su' Jan 25 '12 at 16:27
    
There are countless php scripts that will let you do this. If you don't like GoDaddy's file manager, install your own. –  Mikhail Jan 25 '12 at 20:35

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The only site builder I'm aware of them offering is part of their WebSite Tonight product, which integrates hosting also. There's not just an application you can launch from your "regular" hosting plan. (A one-page version of this is offered under the other plans, but that doesn't seem to be what you're after.)

The site builder isn't only WYSIWYG, but allows direct editing of the HTML source; check the features tab.

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Can someone confirm this. They do have file manager and you can edit the file directly? –  slow diver Jan 26 '12 at 13:37

I googled your exact question and it seems that godaddy does not provide an html editor, just a site builder. So to answer your question : you will have to look elsewhere

Here is the link for this question on the Go Daddy Support site

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I am not sure if he is talking about live editor or godaddy changes it after uploaded. BTW, I googled this question before I posted here. –  slow diver Jan 25 '12 at 14:36

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