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What web2 Editor do you use?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by extreamidea, Jul 6, 2008.

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    now most of the designer are good in web2 design n coding , now everyone do it very nicely n accuratly manually, but is there any editor which is best you think
    so What web2 Editor do you use?
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    extreamidea, Jul 6, 2008 IP
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  2. business_2d

    business_2d Peon

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    you can use FCKeditor
     
    business_2d, Jul 6, 2008 IP
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    skenk Banned

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    I use photoshop and dreamweaver but code view... All code has to be valid lol I am all for web standards!
     
    skenk, Jul 6, 2008 IP
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    I use frontpage but it is bad. Frontpage does not support XHTML. Dreamweaver supports it though.
     
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    What about NVU? Can we use it to build Web 2.0 sites?
     
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    "Web 2.0" inst anything specific. It's just a marketing word, that everyone seems to have jumped upon. I've heard some very strange descriptions of "web 2.0" in the past, truth is, there all a load of bull.

    As far as NVU goes, the WYSIWYG part of it is as crap as all the other WYSIWYG editors (dreamweaver, frontpage and it's replacement etc). If you are going to use the text editor, it is fine.

    Remember "web 2.0" doesn't exist, so of course you can use NVU to make "it".

    When I am on my Windows machine, I always go for Notepad++, I just "like" it. All text editors are as good as each other.
     
    nicangeli, Jul 7, 2008 IP
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    Notepad++ is amazing
    BBEdit for Mac

    Dreamweaver is nice sometimes and Expression has a nice code editor!
     
    samengland, Jul 7, 2008 IP
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    dreamweaver is the best....! for pure coded scripting.. i suggest e-text editor!
     
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    Thats how it is done. PS, DW, and Valid, all the way!
     
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    For a simple editor, Notepad++ is my choice.

    If I want to check, validate, convert or other advanced features I use Dreamweaver, but always in code view.
     
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    Me? I use Notepad++ and Firebug for Firefox to iron out any problems.
     
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    Firebug is good times, saved me some serious debugging time, anybody out there that hasn't downloaded it...you should give it a go

    Always a loyal notepad follower - textpad isn't bad either (just search for it on download.com)
     
    edango, Jul 8, 2008 IP