Normally, a webpage is created by writing an HTML page that contains the HTML code, the page content, and optionally the CSS style formatting code. This requires the page author to be familiar with HTML and CSS code so the page will display correctly in the user’s web browser. However, a web 2.0 tool such as Wikispaces allows the page author to enter content straight into the web browser and save the page, publishing the content publicly – without the author writing any HTML code. This makes the process not just easier but much faster, and accessible for all users – even elementary students. Anyone who has used a word processor to create a document can create a webpage using a site like Wikispaces.