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Any handcoders here?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Colleen, May 18, 2005.

  1. xxKillswitch

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    #121
    Hand code all the way :) At the moment, I use Kate editor (Xubuntu). When I used Windows, I was using ConTEXT editor or Notepad++.
    SEMrush
     
    xxKillswitch, Feb 3, 2008 IP
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    #122
    I use Emeditor
     
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    #123
    Kind of random but what is the diff between Xubuntu and Ubuntu? I have used Ubuntu but not sure what the diffs are.
     
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    #124
    I use Notepad 2 from flosfreeware
     
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    #125
    I use EditPlus+ :)
     
    pizzagreezi, Feb 3, 2008 IP
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    #126
    I always use a text editor. If its from editing a CSS file to PHP scripts I use text editors :)
     
    activebiz, Feb 4, 2008 IP
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    #127
    Always have been for more years than I care to remember -- have used HTML-Kit (free) for coding HTML (and derivitives), CSS, PHP, XML, RDF since their inceptionj -- I validate all coding as a matter of course.

    James
     
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    #128
    i've just installed notepad2 and it works wonderful :)
     
    kendo1979, Feb 4, 2008 IP
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    #129
    EditPlus is very useful for me
     
    printer, Feb 4, 2008 IP
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    #130
    Coda.

    What a fantastic looking editor, shame it appears to only be for the MAC. Is this the case? It's tools like this that would actually make me seriously invest in purchasing a MAC JUST for select applications, producing dance music via Ableton & Logic Pro being the other.

    The other thing I must comment on is the CODA site itself is gorgous and I love the left and right arrow javascript web scrolling they've got going on there.

    Nice find all round,

    Regards,

    Rich.

    p.s I suppose CODA works better app and domain name wise as what would they have come up with otherwise? "1 window web devlopment.com" ?

     
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    #131
    Makes things much simpler if you do a little of both. Code with an editor and manually code throughout your design when needed.
     
    Yankee4Life, Feb 4, 2008 IP
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    #132
    My speech...
     
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    #133
    i use notepad for most things but when i am doing something big i use PhpED :)
     
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    #134
    The main difference is the desktop environment, xubuntu uses xfce while ubuntu uses gnome. kubuntu uses kde.
     
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    #135
    I use a lot of compilers and hand code as well. Most of the time the compliers are used for visually checking image slices in tables.
     
    designstartup, Jul 9, 2008 IP
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    #136
    I use Notepad++
    IMO, WYSIWYG editors add truck-loads of junk code to your (maybe) already confusing code. But it's a good way for beginners to start learning, maybe that's why they still have a market ;)
     
    k-aos, Jul 9, 2008 IP
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    #137
    I use notepad++, I might try some other programs for windows but after using dreamweaver I prefer hand coding.
     
    Isaac Kendrick, Jul 9, 2008 IP
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    #138
    I code everything I make with EditPlus 3.
     
    yankzilla, Jul 9, 2008 IP
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    #139
    I'm all about textwrangler, handcoding with syntax highlighting is usually all I need.
     
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    #140
    I've been hand coding for at least 8 years--currently using BBedit. WYSIWYGs all put out code bloat, deprecated code and lousy incorporation of CSS. Most of the crippled sites I've redesigned were originally written with WYSIWYGs. 'nuff said.
     
    LoriVa, Jul 9, 2008 IP