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What Is The Best Software To Edit Html?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by OaldDesign, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. danstrog

    danstrog Member

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    #61
    If you have a Mac, I would recommend Text Wrangler - really simple interface, just like Notepad++ for Windows.
    SEMrush
    And it's free ;)
     
    danstrog, Mar 3, 2013 IP
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    #62
    HI ! As my Point of view Note Pad ++ and Dream Weaver both are good. Dreamweaver is best for Learner.
     
    VanessaMeacham, Mar 4, 2013 IP
  3. Christopher Larsen

    Christopher Larsen Greenhorn

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    #63
    Dreamweaver for beginners but it costs money..
    I use Webmatrix (free) to have all the plugins and easy database setup but honestly anything will do if you know how to code. I can also recommend Notepad++ and text wrangler as I have used them both and never had any big problems there either.
     
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    #64
    I use ConTEXT, it's free and has a great interface and easy to use.
     
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    S-EconDC Peon

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    #65
    I'd also suggest Dreamweaver.
     
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    #66
    Dreamweaver and Notepad ++ are what our developers mostly used in coding.
     
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    TheHappyPeanut Greenhorn

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    #67
    I started with Dreamweaver years ago and learned that it was a waste of money. I then began to use Notepad++ but today I use Sublime Text because it's awesome.
     
    TheHappyPeanut, Mar 4, 2013 IP
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    huseinbandi Active Member

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    #68
    i think every people / developer have they own favorite web editor. if you ask me.. ofcourse i will say aptana studio is the best for me. it's just because aptana looks like coda on Mac, or Espresso. but if you ask to another person.. you'll get another answer too. so, what the best web editor is depending on themself.
     
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  9. webcosmo

    webcosmo Notable Member

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    #69
    Dreamweaver is great for seeing a preview of what you are doing. It`s best used with a dual monitor setum, so you can see in real time what you are coding. Of course it has it`s flaws, but it`s the most user-friendly.
     
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  10. Albert Barkley

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    #70
    Adobe Dreamweaver is the best software. You can view the developed content inside it and you don't have need to save the file and then open that in browser.
     
    Albert Barkley, Mar 5, 2013 IP
  11. HolyRoller

    HolyRoller Well-Known Member

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    #71
    Notepad++, personally I am not a big fan of Dreamweaver and prefer to just write the code straight into notepad++ or another text editor. Ice Coder is also really cool and developed by a guy called Matt Pass.
     
    HolyRoller, Mar 6, 2013 IP
  12. bluebenz

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    #72
    I think the best once is the most you can familiar with.
    Also it depend on your need, do you need to upload the file exactly after save it, or other question..
    I personally use dreamweaver but I can't say it the best, it just because i dont have time to learn new editor.. :D
     
    bluebenz, Mar 6, 2013 IP
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    #73
    Definitely I would suggest Adobe's Dreamweaver. It gives you full control over your code yet gives you an option to remember little details.
     
    TestingWhiz1, Mar 7, 2013 IP
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    #74
    Wow, look at all the professional grade tools. Are people REALLY this **** stupid that they think Dreamweaver has any merit to it?!?

    Oh wait, most respondents probably still sleaze out HTML 3.2 and just slap 5's lip service on it too.
     
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    #75
    To truly understand how the HTML works, use Notepad :) Google html tutorials and go from there.
     
    gotlivechat, Mar 7, 2013 IP
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    #76
    In our class in web developing our guru let's us used notepad or notepad++. Basically he wants to let us start in very difficult way of coding. That really helps a lot. How? notepad do not create or do not suggest codes which we are about to code. So using that develops in our mind coding HTML, PHP and CSS using plain text. So I guess if you already graduated in the difficult stage, you can move to the easy mode.

    I have use dreamweaver 5. It's nice in a sense that the includes was loaded already and you will not be haggard looking for those files especially the php. So Dreamweaver is my advise.
     
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    kk5st Prominent Member

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    #77
    No, he doesn't want you to start in a difficult environment, he wants you to actually learn html/css/javascript/php and whatever else he's teaching.

    If you have actually learned html and css, writing your code is no longer difficult, and you are in the easy mode. If you haven't learned the subject, you will never reach an easy mode.

    If keeping track of your included snippets runs you ragged, you haven't done your pre-production planning.

    There is nothing you can do in a good text editor that DW wouldn't have got wrong, thrown in extraneous crap, or simply been out of date. It is my opinion, backed by years of trouble-shooting DW derived pages/sites, that the use of DW is hazardous to your web development IQ. Use at your own risk, and don't expect sympathy when things go tits-up. You may expect derision from knowledgeable developers.

    cheers,

    gary
     
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    #78
    Dreamweaver
     
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    #79
    Adobe Dreamweaver is the best for me till now.have tried Komodo editor and notepad++ to but not that much level good.
     
    BobbyMcNiel, Mar 8, 2013 IP
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    #80
    completely agree with this..
    when you master the html or css syntax, then you are easily using dreamweaver or other automated editor..
     
    bluebenz, Mar 8, 2013 IP