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What Html Editor do you use?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by aim_high, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. jqueryheaven

    jqueryheaven Peon

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    #181
    I almost use Dreamweaver, but my teacher said sublime is better and easy to use, anyway, depend on your hobbies!
    SEMrush
     
    jqueryheaven, Oct 10, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. wilsonn

    wilsonn Peon

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    #182
    Dream weaver is the Best html Editor , its very easy to write html code by using Dreamweaver.
     
    wilsonn, Oct 11, 2012 IP
  3. msherry

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    #183
    Currently many editors are working but I think Dream Weaver best and easily use. Some editors are:

    HTML and XHTML
    CSS
    PHP (Version 6.5 and later)
    Java SE, Java
    Web & Java EE
    Java ME
    Ruby
    C/C++
     
    msherry, Oct 12, 2012 IP
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    #184
    Yes. Dreamweaver and notepad is good way to go....
     
    webmasterjay, Oct 23, 2012 IP
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    jimwriter Greenhorn

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    #185
    thats good advice man, i also notepad++
     
    jimwriter, Oct 29, 2012 IP
  6. Host Volt

    Host Volt Greenhorn

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    #186
    If you have a Mac, I suggest Coda 2. It has absolutely everything you'll need for web development (HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, etc.). It's only available for Mac though.
     
    Host Volt, Oct 29, 2012 IP
  7. Shredsec

    Shredsec Peon

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    #187
    Agree about Notepad++ because it's easy to use and very clean.
     
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    Moonlight Cat Active Member

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    #188
    Notepad and Notepad+
     
    Moonlight Cat, Oct 30, 2012 IP
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    Samu66el Peon

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    #189
    I can see why you'd stick with it for a long time[​IMG]
     
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    #190
    Dreamweaver and notepad++,
    I am using right now.
     
    lolpasslol, Oct 31, 2012 IP
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    xBlueprint Greenhorn

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    #191
    I use Sublime Text 2 as my editor.
     
    xBlueprint, Oct 31, 2012 IP
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    #192

    That's a fact.
     
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    euro-space Active Member

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    #193
    EmEditor is a quite nice text editing program.
     
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  14. msherry

    msherry Peon

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    #194
    Adobe Dreamweaver CS5

    This product is the most widely used and professional web editor available. Capable of designing, developing and maintaining websites and web-based applications - Dreamweaver is the most advance product on the market. One of the features that separates Dreamweaver from most other web editors - is it templates functionality. This make designing and maintaining websites are simpler task. Template also allows locking of design so that web-editors don't have to bother about that - or worry about messing up the site.
     
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    Shredsec Peon

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    #195
    I've been contributing to a thread on this forum where the peoople are saying that we should stay away from Dreamweaver. Can't post the thread because I don't have permissions yet but it's called 'HTML5 site or HTML5 CMS?'
     
    Shredsec, Nov 1, 2012 IP
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    dziadosz.eu Peon

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    #196
    I recommend NetBeans. It's multi-launguage editor (Java, C/C++, XML, HTML, PHP, Groovy, Javadoc, JavaScript, and JSP etc). It support FTP, SVN. I very like it ;)
     
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    #197
    I mainly use Notepad++ for coding and occasionally use Dreamweaver if needed.
     
    TechieFoodie, Nov 2, 2012 IP
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    #198
    Crimson Editor! Lightweight and has most features. But it has been abandoned and not updated any more.
     
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    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    #199
    I dunno if I'd call it abandoned, it's just complete.

    that's something I laugh at is the editors that keep having new versions -- for what? it's a text editor! How much can you **** with the codebase for nothing?

    I used Crimson for a number of years, while there are a few things I had wished it had done I got most of them when I switched to flo's notepad two, which takes the scite out of scintilla... since Scintilla's 'demo' editor is a real piece of scite.
     
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    #200
    True it's complete and in inspite of not being updated for such a long time it work pretty well. But Notepad++ is taking over, although I personally still use Crimson as it's a no fuss editor.
    flo's notepad two doesn't seem to have tabs, so how do you manage without tabs?
     
    dawnsparks, Nov 2, 2012 IP