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The Best css Editor??

Discussion in 'CSS' started by scripts, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. soulscratch

    soulscratch Well-Known Member

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    #21
    You dont want to use "red" and "blue" because you'll be stuck with 200-300 plain/generic (boring) colors.

    And, ":%s/red/c00" beats
    1. CTRL+F
    2. typing "red"
    3. tabbing or clicking to replace
    4. typing "c00"
    5. tabbing or clicking on replace allSEMrush
     
    soulscratch, Dec 7, 2007 IP
    SEMrush
  2. criticerz

    criticerz Peon

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    #22
    Well let's see I've been using Dreamweaver CS3 for a long time now because I love it's FTP feature so I can edit stuff and just save it. That's when I'm editing stuff that's online.

    Another thing I like about DW is that it highlights everything and actually has a drop-down when you type an attribute of the choices you have for it.

    I use to use old simple notepad. :)

    I've never really heard of a CSS editor though. :\
     
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    dannet Well-Known Member

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    #23
    I works in Win with the TopStyle Pro 3, its very usefull, and sometines with the dreamweaver editor, and in linux I have not found any good editor, Csseded is good, but nothing like topstyle :)
     
    dannet, Dec 7, 2007 IP
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    Nystul Well-Known Member

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    #24
    I used to use notepad, but some of the html / php files that open with notepad will be all cluttered up ..

    thus i changed to Editpad lite version. Pretty good actually! The best thing is has over notepad is that you can tab with it.
     
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  5. yangyang

    yangyang Banned

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    #25
    notepad sucks. please don't judge me technically, but it really needs some boost in productivity, does it?

    At least you should use a more sohpisticated text editor instead, like notepad++. Well I use MS Expression Web which rocks at boosting your productivity and ability to spot errors.
     
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    soulscratch Well-Known Member

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    #26
    A Microsoft program? Boosting productivity? Shens.
     
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    markyd Active Member

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    #27
    iknow ima get my head blown up for this, but for xhtml i use notepad, but for css i use dreamweaver bc i already had it and it color codes your css which is real nice.

    haven't used any others tho
     
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    #28
    Does dreamweaver count? I use it because it's a hassle to use different editors for XHTML and CSS :s
     
    zyml, Dec 8, 2007 IP
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    #29
    I love Notepad++ I have it set as an icon in my quick launch task bar. The ability to set what language of the page your working on is great. Though I pretty much use it for CSS editing and sometimes XHTML.

    Also, I like using Notepad 2 as my view source app for Internet Explorer.

    -Patrick
     
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  10. Jeff Blake

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    #30
    CSSEdit on the Mac is hands down the best for the platform. Not sure about windows though.

    Jeff
     
    Jeff Blake, Dec 10, 2007 IP