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What is Best HTML Editor?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by lakezilla, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. T.Guru

    T.Guru Peon

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    #41
    Dreamweaver for the graphic stuff + a lot of NVU. It is based on the old Mozilla composer that I first started to create websites with.
    SEMrush
     
    T.Guru, Mar 26, 2009 IP
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    #42
    Just subscribing to thread :D
     
    Scott2ride, Mar 26, 2009 IP
  3. babanesma

    babanesma Active Member

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    #43
    Dreamweaver is for paid of course , but notepad++ still simple and so fast .
    me on ubuntu , using bluefish

    you have also eclipse , and netbeans ( especially if you are running a php project )
     
    babanesma, Jun 12, 2009 IP
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    #44
    I have been using EditPlus on Windows for years, and am happy with it for HTML and php. Also use Aptana and Eclipse when an IDE is needed.
     
    bryun, Jun 12, 2009 IP
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    Garyhvactec Peon

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    #45
    Try using Evrsoft first page 2006 it works great for me just put the name in a google search just like I spelled it Evrsoft
     
    Garyhvactec, Jun 12, 2009 IP
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    sruniti Peon

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    #46
    Dreamweaver is the best
     
    sruniti, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    gs2004email Member

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    #47
    Notepad is the best html Editor. I am using always notepad for website designs.
     
    gs2004email, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    #48
    ahhh... the age old question.
    personally its dreamweaver all the way.
     
    thomsopw, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    #49
    Kompozer is equally good...
     
    cupid007, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    Oranges Active Member

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    #50
    I personaly code on Dreamweaver but yes second option would be always Notepad++.
     
    Oranges, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    #51
    I agree that Dreamweaver is very good, but we recently switched to all Macs, and we've been very happy with Textmate (editor) along with Transmit (ftp) for editing and building mutiple web sites.
     
    findonline, Jun 13, 2009 IP
  12. ElseAndrew

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    #52
    If its an editor you want then Notepad++ probally is the best free software out there, but if its WYSIWYG (what you see if what you get) editor, then Dreamweaver would be the tool for you.
     
    ElseAndrew, Jun 13, 2009 IP
  13. dynashox

    dynashox Premium Member Staff

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    #53
    I'm using Dreamweaver and just love everything of it.

    - Dynashox -
     
    dynashox, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    robcub Greenhorn

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    #54
    I used to use TextEdit (Notepad for Macs) now I use Dreamweaver.
     
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    jezzz Notable Member

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    #55
    Dreamweaver! leads from the front...

    Mostly people prefer to do raw coding using Notepad because it helps coder to learn codes easier as Dreamweaver has enough features to show possible snippets!
     
    jezzz, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    #56
    frontpage is good for me
     
    anon190000, Jun 13, 2009 IP
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    #57
    I prefer ConText
     
    gausarts, Jun 14, 2009 IP
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    #58
    Notepad or Frontpage.
     
    RyanDOT, Jun 14, 2009 IP
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    #59
    Coda from Panic software. It's not WYSIWYG, but for anybody who loves to code it's a must have app.
     
    tannchri, Jun 14, 2009 IP
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    #60
    I've been using Coffee Cup for at least 9-10 years. Paid $49 one time and have gotten every update free. How can we beat that? And if you're new to HTML / XHTML / CSS / Scripting - you'll find the built in tools good for you.

    I still type my code - never currently use the WYSIWYG feature - but I did fiddled with it years ago - and it seems to work well.
     
    sgtcory, Jun 14, 2009 IP