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    HTML Editor

    Hey,

    I've Been A Website Creator For Awhile. I'm Just Wondering What HTML Editor You Guys Use, I Just Found This Site Its Awsome.

    xXx (HeNrY) xXx

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    notepad. Im a glutton for punishment. But, I think I learn more form trial and error so...
    Stop making things so hard on yourself.
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    Html-Kit.

    It's like notepad, but it has syntax highlighting, and previews.

    lots of plugins and other goodies too

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    Where Can I Get HTML-kit?

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    Gridinsoft Notepad Lite -
    http://notepad.gridinsoft.com/

    Isn't it about time we had a sticky mentioning all the common HTML editors? This question gets asked far too much.

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    I use Textpad with lots of clip libraries installed for XHTML, HTHL, CSS, etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by x HeNrY x
    Where Can I Get HTML-kit?
    http://www.chami.com/html-kit/

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    notepad and dreamweaver in code view of cause

    edit: also firefox with View Render Source Chart a plugin all web developers should have imo

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    I use PSPad (get it from http://www.pspad.com/).

    Its basically a code editor... it has syntax highlighting for more languages than you can possibly eat (CSS, HTML and xHTML... then theres C++, python, fortran, even ini and unix shell; about 20 in all), plus loaaads of tools (html cleanup, css cleanup, error checker, eyedropper, file difference-checker, whole-directory find and replace etc), and tabbed viewing.

    Even better than Kate!


    Edit: I also have the Web Developer toolbar for firefox which is pretty damn handy, and use dreamweaver at school... as long as you aren't using SSI or PHP or anything like that its pretty cool.

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    Scite pretty much has it nailed - I use it for quick edits when I can't be bothered waiting 5 minutes for DW to fire up. Highly recommended

    Gary


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