One can also use advanced editors like VSCode(Visual Studio Code), Atom, Sublime text etc. These editors provide a better environment and experience with the help of syntax highlighting, debugging and many other extensions.
Step 1: Go to Settings & jump to Advanced settings present at the bottom.
Step 2: Under Privacy & security, find the Content Settings and open it.
Step 1: Go to Tools and choose Internet Options.
Step 2: Open the Security tab and click on Custom level.
Here you will find multiple options for Security settings with enable/disable radio buttons.
Step 1: Enter about:config in the address bar.
Step 2: You will be given a warning, click on 'I accept this risk'.
This will provide you with the list of configuration options with a search bar at the top.
Step 4: If the value is false, right click on the screen and select Toggle.
In this tutorial, we are going to use the Text editor VSCode.
You can easily download it for Windows or macOS or Linux through the website https://code.visualstudio.com.