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What Html Editor do you use?

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

  1. aim_high

    aim_high Peon

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    #41
    Do all of you buy dream weaver? or acquire it with other ways.
    SEMrush
     
    aim_high, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    VimF Well-Known Member

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    #42
    I'm still stuck with NotePad++, also got Emacs but I haven't used it enough to get used to it.
     
    VimF, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    jezzz Notable Member

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    #43
    i do use! Dreamweaver it is full of features :D
     
    jezzz, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    chapicha Peon

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    #44
    I use Notepad++ for html and text editor. It's Free.
     
    chapicha, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    bigrollerdave Well-Known Member

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    #45
    This is what I've noticed

    Cheap people use notepad++ or other free programs
    Younger codes who think they are the bes use notepad
    People who want productivity use dreamweaver
     
    bigrollerdave, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    supernoobice Peon

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    #46
    I use Dreamweaver. Its also easy working with databases.
     
    supernoobice, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    Bloomtools Peon

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    #47
    Adobe dreamweaver 8
     
    Bloomtools, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    #48
    I use Pnotepad... It's easy as it highlights the codes..i know other's also do same and i love it as it also does same.
     
    vijayan, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    #49
    I use Dreamweaver CS3. It saves me a lot of time and creating a valid page is not a big deal with this software.

    But, still notepad has its own value. No software can take its place.
     
    kreativi, Feb 26, 2008 IP
  10. Dan Schulz

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    #50
    That's a rather stereotypical assumption you're making there, don't you think? I'm a very productive person and I AVOID Dreamweaver like the plague (I also have no problem using Notepad though I do have a preference for Edit+).
     
    Dan Schulz, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    bigrollerdave Well-Known Member

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    #51
    Well it's a general outline I've noticed. With dreamweavers built it tag closer and built in functions it makes coding a lot easier. Although most of us can code a page using notepad it's not as productive as dreamweaver that's all I'm saying.
     
    bigrollerdave, Feb 26, 2008 IP
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    ~WAYNE~ Peon

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    #52
    Dreamweaver CS3, or word pad
     
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    Wuiqed Well-Known Member

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    #53
    I'm a fan of UltraEdit for simple tasks such as pure markup/css/javascript coding, minor script adjustments or when just playing around. When it's a serious task, however, I switch to Zend Studio.
     
    Wuiqed, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    #54
    So you're not saying that cheap people use free, open source programs, right?
     
    VimF, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    wisdomtool Moderator Staff

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    #55
    I think my HTML Editor is the simplest I use DOS Edit function :)
     
    wisdomtool, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    bigrollerdave Well-Known Member

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    #56
    If by cheap you mean new to the game and haven't made any money yet then yes those are usually the peeps who use free open source programs in this business. After you make some money you start to purchase more and more things. Just look at servers for instance you usually start out with a free server or like 2$ a month. As you make more and more money you start to upgrade until you're on a dedicated server. This is just a rule of thumb and what I've noticed over the past 5 years in the business. I know everyone is different though, I'm just going by the majority.
     
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    CrAzY-MaStER Banned

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    #57
    notepad++ is the best html, css php editor ;)
     
    CrAzY-MaStER, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    #58
    You have a point. But I don't think it's because of financial problem. You don't need a dedi when your site only has a couple of hundreds visitors a day, this has nothing to do with having more or less money in your pocket.
     
    VimF, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    bigrollerdave Well-Known Member

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    That was just an example maybe not the best example though lol. I'm just trying to say what's the point of buying anything at first when you don't even know how long you will actually do this business. That usually why you opt to go with the free programs at first.
     
    bigrollerdave, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    #60
    You see though, not everybody finds that to be helpful - I found it to be a literal annoyance and a royal PITA which is why I stopped using Dreamweaver. Ironically, the very day I stopped using it, I started becoming a much better coder.
     
    Dan Schulz, Feb 27, 2008 IP