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Free HTML Editor

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Adisa2013, Mar 12, 2012.

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    I am looking for a free html editor that I could use to edit my website, including editing images. Any suggestions>
     
    Adisa2013, Mar 12, 2012 IP
  2. PPCoach

    PPCoach Peon

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    Notepad++ and a web browser. That's all you need for most changes.
     
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    Adisa2013 Peon

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    I second that!

    Notepad++ and any decent browser is all you need to write HTML. :)
     
    Wad!e, Mar 12, 2012 IP
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    MikeLugar Well-Known Member

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    Notepad++ for sure. I use BlueFish in Linux.
     
    MikeLugar, Mar 12, 2012 IP
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    Adisa2013 Peon

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    let me ask everyone this: is there a way that I can make an edit in one place and it will apply to all other places in the code that have the same characteristics? For example, I have hundreds of images that have text in them that I need to be deleted, do I have to go to every line of code for this image or can I do something that will apply to every image?
     
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    nYXem90 Peon

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    I often do "Find" and "Replace all" in Notepad ++. But if you want to do it, make sure all the "Find" results need to be edited similarly.
     
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    Adisa2013 Peon

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    GREAT!!!! Thanks for the info!!!!
     
    Adisa2013, Mar 12, 2012 IP
  9. StevenPayales

    StevenPayales Greenhorn

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    Notepad++, Paint, and you Web browser of choice :D
     
    StevenPayales, Mar 12, 2012 IP
  10. Alan Smith

    Alan Smith Active Member

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    There are over 100 HTML editors available for professional web designers and developers. Netbeans and Amaya are the best and free HTML editors for Windows.
     
    Alan Smith, Mar 13, 2012 IP
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    Notepad++ is a good free Windows-based HTML editor. It is very light-weight, runs fast, and colors your code automatically.

    However, if you prefer to use an IDE, nothing free beats Aptana (Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux). Amaya has a built-in W3C validation checker which is mildly handy. But the interface is awful and its built-in preview feature is worse than IE6. Netbeans is a good IDE as well.

    The IDEs listed, however, do not include a WYSIWYG editor. So you will have to edit all code and images by hand. For any of your image manipulation needs, download GIMP. It's a very powerful image manipulation program that is cross-platform and free.
     
    revickulous2001, Mar 13, 2012 IP
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    Notepad++ is the best editor ever.
     
    walidsu, Mar 14, 2012 IP
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    revickulous2001 Peon

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    Notepad++ is a fine editor. But it's only an editor. An editor does not replace an IDE. If all you plan to do is quick edits or a quick feature, then an editor is the way to go. But if you are going to sit down for a few hours for a development session, then it's best to find an IDE that you like and roll with that.

    Furthermore, Notepad++ is not available on Linux which is instant fail.
     
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    Sound good.It works perfect.
     
    pinus, Mar 16, 2012 IP
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    This may be overkill but I like Kompozer. It's free and tons of features. For editing images I use pixlr online image software. Again free and powerful.
     
    seanyostdesigns, Mar 16, 2012 IP
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    LedZepplinsGhost Greenhorn

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    I double is notion. I love Notepad++, I use it for any kind of coding!
     
    LedZepplinsGhost, Mar 16, 2012 IP
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    Kerosene Alpha & Omega™ Staff

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    Free code/text editors:
    Notepad++
    Kompozer
    PSPad *my favourite
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    Free image editors:
    GIMP
    PhotoFiltre
     
    Kerosene, Mar 17, 2012 IP
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    just like everyone else here, notepad++ is most popular free html editor for windows
     
    trixy, Mar 17, 2012 IP
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    Amaya software is best one edit the website.
     
    creativewebmaster, Mar 17, 2012 IP
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    notpad++ is the best way to write html text.
     
    mebiplob, Mar 17, 2012 IP