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What Html Editor do you use?

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

  1. fotrino

    fotrino Active Member

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    #101
    I use EmEditor Pro in Windows and Taco HTML Edit on MAC
    SEMrush
     
    fotrino, Feb 29, 2008 IP
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    #102
    taco html. i think its mac only
     
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    WeedGrinch Active Member

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    #103
    I use Notepad++
     
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  4. aim_high

    aim_high Peon

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    #104
    more please
     
    aim_high, Mar 2, 2008 IP
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    wyattt Active Member

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    #105
    Whenever I do write code, I use Notepad++ or if I'm on a computer that doesn't have it I'll just use Notepad.
     
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    ruwi Banned

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    #106
    i just use webstudio.. :)
     
    ruwi, Mar 2, 2008 IP
  7. speedy23

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    #107
    I'm using notepad++ for almost every language
     
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  8. crusch

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    #108
    actually it depends on what software you are at ease when doing your job. Gui with code is a very good combination that's why am also using dreamweaver and homesite or notepad as my tool.
     
    crusch, Mar 2, 2008 IP
  9. bogart

    bogart Notable Member

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    #109
    I use notepad. It's too much trouble learning a program. Html/css coding is easy, so why bother.
     
    bogart, Mar 3, 2008 IP
  10. jokayloburz

    jokayloburz Peon

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    #110
    TextPad is pretty good. NotePad ++ is good for XML editing I think.
     
    jokayloburz, Mar 3, 2008 IP
  11. Stomme poes

    Stomme poes Peon

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    #111
    Scroll back, I answered this one. YES you can make just the text clickable!
     
    Stomme poes, Mar 4, 2008 IP
  12. Minou

    Minou Peon

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    #112
    Macromedia Dreamweaver
     
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    #113
    I use PSPad, it's an open source programming editor with tons of useful features, no bloat and no WYSIWYG!
     
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  14. Dan Schulz

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    #114
    And yet I found psPad to be bloated when I tried it out. Oh, and very hard to use.
     
    Dan Schulz, Mar 4, 2008 IP
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    gobbly2100 Banned

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    #115
    Notepad++ all the way for me, I started with Dreamweaver but what a waste of time, you don't learn much at all from using GUI editors.

    At least once you learn HTML that is it unlike having to learn a new program all the time.

    Just decide how serious you are about web design and then decide which route you want to go down.

    If you know for sure that you are serious about being a professional web designer then get into hard coding and forget all GUI editors.
     
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    #116
    You tell him 'Dayton Internet Marketing' Also yes i am sick of people like that they should be banned from these forums. Anyways lets not go off the topic now, we all know peoples have there programs so leave it at that. Personally i like Dreamweaver CS3 as easy to use and i can see the preview as i work (really cool and handy). But i can also use notepad to code up my .css and .html pages if i wanted to so its not like i rely on the help Dreamweaver gives out to speed up and help you. Also yes i do use them and i don't want people posting stuff about what i use if they don't like the programs i use.
     
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    #117
    Topstyle for Css
    Dreamweaver Cs3 for Php,Asp
    Notepad2 or Notepad+ for Html

    i love this editors.. ;)
     
    webdem, Jun 12, 2008 IP
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    #118
    Nice collection :)
     
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    #119
    i thing ultra edit is one of the best editors
     
    panosss, Jun 12, 2008 IP
  20. Dougn57

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    #120
    Dang...

    You guys are scaring me - I looked at this thread to see if there was an easy way to put some affiliate sites together with a nice wysiwyg website creator. I know some HTML and you are all making some valid points.

    If you create something in notepad - how do you ftp it to the website?

    Maybe it's a silly question, but if you don't know then it's not silly. I've used FrontPage in the past and was looking for something similar. I wouldn't mind getting better at html and learning css.
     
    Dougn57, Jun 12, 2008 IP