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    Good OS X design programs

    I've used Coda but it's a bit rich for my blood ($129, I believe). Anyone have any other cheap or freeware recommendations? I usually use Textedit but I'd like some more local debugging support than uploading then validating. It also helps if I have an error on line, say, 400...

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    What, you mean, like the W3C validator? *puzzled*

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    Yes. For instance, Coda will validate your stuff locally with the click of a button. Very convenient.

    Just wondering if there are some decent OS X programs that don't run over $100.

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