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What HTML editor do you use?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by benchlegs, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. benchlegs

    benchlegs Junior Member

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    I'm trying to find an easy and good HTML editor to edit all those nice templates we have here in BHW.

    If you use something like Dreamweaver, please state the version.

    Thanks!
     
  2. snowwhite

    snowwhite Power Member

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    ms expression will do the trick, its simple and easy to manipulate compared to DW

    use it and enjoy
     
  3. ShadeDream

    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    Ohhh nooo Microsoft :(
     
  4. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm using Dreamweaver 8
     
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    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    Notepad++ is nicer. ;p
     
  6. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    vi .
     
  7. spaceinvader

    spaceinvader Regular Member

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    notepad++ rules! I use dreamweaver but lately i have been learning joomla and i like it, although its not really a html editor.
     
  8. dirtbag

    dirtbag Senior Member

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    oldschool notepad all the way.

    i have frontpage 03 i use occasionally, but it fucks with code, further off in notepad....
     
  9. krishananda

    krishananda Elite Member

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    UltraEdit is the way to go, it has code highlight for HTML and javascript
    dreamweaver is just an overkill for me
     
  10. SquirlyNutz

    SquirlyNutz Power Member

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    Been using notepad and html kit for the past 9 years. ;)
     
  11. bocahtua

    bocahtua Junior Member

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    dreamweaver cs 3 but almost use notepad ++
     
  12. cyklotrial

    cyklotrial Regular Member

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    For (x)HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, MySQL, C etc - notepad++
     
  13. DeadEyesOpened

    DeadEyesOpened Junior Member

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    Notepad, notepad++, Dreamweaver 4 Ultra Dev (old school).
     
  14. hugedood

    hugedood Newbie

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    On qindows notepad++ On linux Vim
     
  15. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    Mostly notepad++
     
  16. thepimps

    thepimps Newbie

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    Dreamweaver CS4 or Notepad++ for little things.
     
  17. Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur Regular Member

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    Notepad2 and occasionally use DW3 and 8, although i'd rather hand code because editors are dirty little fuckers that love to bloat.
     
  18. hugedood

    hugedood Newbie

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    You can turn off all those bloat features like the extra comment tags and bad code, you still hand code most of it but DW does have a few time saving features, with that said as I mentioned notepad++ is still better suited for me. Wy whitehat business is web development and I find that is the best editor for me. With that being said I am looking at outsourcing most of my design stuff soon.
     
  19. Zacmcd

    Zacmcd Newbie

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    I use editpadlite. It works great for editing mutipul html pages at once.
     
  20. rayray

    rayray Newbie

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    For HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, notepad++ and Aptana
    both with a nice dark color theme