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which best html website design software?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by rumonzia, Aug 23, 2014.

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    rumonzia, Aug 23, 2014 IP
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  2. Adam_UK

    Adam_UK Member

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    Hi Rumonzia, I hope you are well.

    I imagine you'll get a better response if you add some more substance to your post and question. Rather than just adding an open ended question with questionable grammar and broken English. You may find that the same about of effort goes into giving you an answers, as into the question you ask.

    There is no 'best' html website design software unless you want to use a metaphor for your brain/mind.

    Depending on what you want to achieve there are a variety of solutions you can choose from. Personally I would recommend not using software [other than a text editor] to create HTML websites. Instead learning to code yourself or if you are limited for time, employing someone more experienced to do so. The visual designing aspects comes into play later on after you have first define the content of your website.

    What are you wanting to achieve with this software?
     
    Adam_UK, Aug 23, 2014 IP
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    try ck editor, it worked best for me, when ever my designer is on leave
     
    desireable, Aug 25, 2014 IP
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    I prefer google-webdesigner (http://www.google.com/webdesigner/). It is a free professional tool that is providing excellent results. Try it out.
     
    tuiykkwr, Aug 26, 2014 IP
  5. efforts unlimited

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    ya adam_UK is true.give more information.so that we can give you answer. I have - coffeecup,bluefish ,amaya etc for you.
     
    efforts unlimited, Aug 26, 2014 IP
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    tuiykkwr Active Member

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    I suggest you to visit http://www.coffeecup.com/free-editor/.I saw its customer reviews. It provide a user-friendly HTML editor.
     
    tuiykkwr, Aug 28, 2014 IP
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    I'll second Coffeecup.
     
    topcoder, Aug 29, 2014 IP
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    Notepad ++. but you are still far, far away from choosing an editor. Learn the code and the basics first.
    GL
     
    Pontifex, Aug 29, 2014 IP
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    Have you tried sublime..it's a good one for me
     
    rainat, Sep 7, 2014 IP
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    try to use adobe dreamweaver
     
    semprul57, Sep 8, 2014 IP
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    I highly suggest Sublime for CSS coding and Adobe Dreamweaver if you need a software that can do a lot of things.
     
    usemyteam, Sep 9, 2014 IP
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    Here are my choices, in order of preference for designing websites:

    1. Dreamweaver

    2. CoffeeCup HTML

    3. Microsoft Expression Blend 4

    4. Aptana Studio 3

    5. Bluefish
     
    Alice taylor, Sep 11, 2014 IP
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    It depends on your experience, are you looking for a WYSIWYG editor or a raw text editor?
     
    Jennifer Hutson, Sep 12, 2014 IP
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    Notepad++ or Microsoft WebMatrix.
     
    cronik, Sep 12, 2014 IP
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    callpri Greenhorn

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    My choice is Codelobster
     
    callpri, Oct 14, 2014 IP
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    Someone that actually asked the right question.

    For WYSIWYG....Dreamweaver
    Raw Editor...a lot of developers use Sublime but I use Brackets, that's gonna take over Sublime soon.
     
    MakingMoves, Oct 15, 2014 IP
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    Though your answers are a bit off..

    For WYSIWYG....DON'T -- those steaming piles of manure and idiotic halfwit bull and the halfwit garbage they vomit up and have the giant set of brass to call a website has little if any business being deployed online. Developers are all the dumber for tools like that even existing, and the only thing you can learn from them is how NOT to build a website!

    Raw Editor... Pick one you like, there are dozens if not hundreds of them. Personally I like Flo's Notepad2 simply because it lets me turn off all the crap that gets in my way (like tabs, auto-complete, colour syntax highlighting), but really there's nothing wrong with Notepad++, EditPlus, Win32pad, gEdit, TextWrangler, etc, etc... Sublime is ok if you're on a non-M$ platform, but on Windows it's ugly, slow, unresponsive and shoves a lot of garbage down your throat that just gets in the way.

    But I have a very odd take on certain "features" -- like tabbed editing being a step backwards in functionality since I'm a multiple display user and like to have my files in separate windows... like colour syntax highlighting being an illegible acid trip that makes text HARDER to read and to work with.... like auto-complete being a complete pain in the ass since I spend more time correcting it than I do typing code. YMMV.
     
    deathshadow, Oct 17, 2014 IP
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    I will suggest you to use Adobe Dreamweaver as it allows you to design website not only in HTML, but in other coding languages also:
    XSLT, ActionScript, CSS, JavaScript, XML, ASP JavaScript, ASP VBScript, ASP .NET C#, ASP .NET VB, ColdFusion, JSP and PHP. With Adobe Dreamweaver, the process of website management becomes a lot easier. You can effortlessly toggle between the few websites being worked on.

    Another reason is Dreamweaver is capable of running on both Windows and Mac operating systems. One of the best features of Dreamweaver is comprehensive CSS support. Using other web design programs to code with CSS can be a pain because they force you to manually edit CSS. Dreamweaver allows you to display the CSS model while you are coding your website, which drastically reduces the need to manually edit CSS, even when you are using external style sheets.

    Thanks.
     
    SkyWaltz Labs, Oct 17, 2014 IP
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    Try Dreamweaver CC they offer 30 day free trail atm.
     
    Hungryforsuccess, Oct 23, 2014 IP
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    Runi akhter Greenhorn

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    notepad++, OR Dream weaver(DW) Software to use
     
    Runi akhter, Oct 23, 2014 IP