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Mac HTML / Text Editors

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Crazy_Rob, Jan 31, 2006.

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    I need some recommendations for simple HTML/Text editors for Macintosh users.

    I use EditPlus but it's not available for the Mac.

    Any suggestions?

    Again, I'm looking for something really simple. Not a site management suite.

    Thanks.
    SEMrush
     
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    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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  4. Crazy_Rob

    Crazy_Rob I seen't it!

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    Thanks, bros! I guess I'll go w/ BareBones.

    In my SE search for this product I saw BBEdit and Taco.
     
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    BBedit is good, I also use smultron - http://smultron.sourceforge.net
     
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    Textmate is pretty neat. The pastels on dark colorscheme is easy on the eyes. :) Its programming language support is still a bit lacking but html /css are well supported.
     
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    Yeah TextWrangler is wonderfull, I recently changed to windows but for the time I was using macs I used TW. I've also used Textmate, but it not free. Hope you enjoy it
     
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    Another vote for BBEdit...
     
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    Mac OS X already comes with the worlds greatest editor, vim.
     
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    TwisterMc Mac Guru

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    TextWrangler is Free which makes it awesome. Has tabs too. Taco is very nice. Nvu is good for beginners. ;) Dreamweaver is good, except for the price. There are actually lots of choices, but it depends on the features you want.
     
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