Fresh HTML was initially developed and designed by Christopher Freville, a University of Michigan Information Resources Associate. Later on, the technology was further developed by Aymeric Dejaveh, a Fresh HTML contributor from India. Fresh HTML is licensed under the GNU General Public License, which allows both free and paid users to download, copy, distribute and install the software. In addition, it provides various other benefits to users, including code insertion options, search engine compatibility, debugging, version control, versioning and documentation facilities.
Fresh HTML is not like other free software to create and edit web pages. It has an inbuilt editor which lets you fine-tune html codes according to your needs. Furthermore, this free software also offers various other benefits to users, including code insertion options, search engine compatibility, debugging, version control and support for multiple websites, free online tools for site creation and maintenance, free tutorials, user forums, and much more.