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    I prefer notepad as it helps beginners learn. But it has its drawbacks. It is not exactly the fastest way to code

    Note im not ryan-reese. Just his bro. Dw though I dont troll like him.

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    Windows: NoteTab Pro 4.91

    Mac: BBEdit Lite 4.6

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    I tried notetab before. The reviews for it weren't as I would expect though.

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    Notepad++, it's free and lightweight, syntax highlighting, nice GUI, has everything I need
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    and many things I don't use too

    Also, see HTML Kit. That is just too good.
    First use an HTML debugger

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    I still say notepad is mad nice.

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    notepad plus plus is great i recommend for anyone just starting html/css
    ALWAYS LOOKING FORWARD

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    And for proficient people? I still use notepad regular and I have been coding for a long tim e now

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    Quote Originally Posted by ish221100 View Post
    Which software you use as HTML editor. Please give vote.
    I use Dreamweaver.

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    I don't see the point of dreamweaver. It completely takes away the needing for knowledge if that makes sense. I just thought of this , what type of editor you think google uses?

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    I use PSPad. It is free, and stable, and has colour coding plus some handy short cuts / quick keys.
    My site: My Extension

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBoardX View Post
    What type of editor you think google uses?
    Probably Dreamweaver.

    Dreamweaver is a tool, it isn't going to prevent people from making better websites. It isn't going to help clueless people make better websites. Just like picking up a wrench and a Chilton's guide isn't going to make you a mechanic.

    However if you use the tool, any tool, as a means to an ends then you can do a lot of different things. If someone uses Dreamweaver but doesn't learn at least the basics of the underlying code than they will never truly be professionals in their fields. They may get the job done but it won't be the highest quality work and it will take more time in the long run.
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    Its a shame google doesn't reveal that information. I just googled it with no success.

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    I use Editplus, it provides html editor, notepad and FTP uploading

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    I use Notepad++.
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    I use both Expression Web 2 and Notepad++ together.

    For the past year I have taken adult ed classes to learn XHTML, CSS and PHP, where we could not use anything but a text editor. Until then, I had been using FrontPage and EW1 for different websites.

    I've been using Notepad++ for the past year and am quite comfortable with it. Knowing HTML and CSS has vastly increased my comfort level with both FrontPage and Expression Web. So much so that I work more in 'code view' than in 'design view'.

    Yesterday I was working in Expression Web 2 updating a new page, which was also open in Notepad++. Whenever I updated the file on EW2, Notepad++ told me it had been updated by another application so I could resave it with the changes.

    I like Notepad's ability to show closing tags when clicking on the opening tags. EW2 can do this as well, but it highlights the entire block of code, obscuring what is underneath, not just the tags, like Notepad does. It makes it a LOT easier to find mismatched tags, brackets, braces, etc. when using the two tools together.

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    I use an old version of DreamWeaver, the only thing I've tried that comes close is Microvision Development's Web Express. Really nothing compares IMO to Dreamweaver.

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    Dreamweaver should only be used by , as someone said earlier, companies, and people who have to work on 50 sites a day.

    But I don't want to take away from others who use it. Its still a good program

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    I used Dreamweaver when I first start on a site and then use PSPad and code right off the server to make edits and updates.

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    All this hype about PSPad..I must check this out..

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    Bluefish for the most part, after I recovered Vista and reinstalled Linux I've been too lazy to find the editors I used to use. Still haven't found a good PHP IDE for Linux, that doesn't use 2 colors to highlight html syntax. (Having the ability to word wrap anyway)

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    Notepad (mostly) and NVU

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    I don't think I use any text editor when coding server side. I think I just code right in my cpanel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBoardX View Post
    I don't think I use any text editor when coding server side. I think I just code right in my cpanel.
    Hm. That's the first time I've actually heard of someone doing that.. I usually just SSH into the server and edit live with vim.
    Cross browser css bugs

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    I like having more then one database on my cpanel instead of just one with xamp or wamp.

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    Huh? Assuming you're using the mysql dbms, why are you just limited to one database? Have you tried not using a pre-configured package but instead manually installing mysql?

    And anyway, I don't see how those would limit you to just one database. Or are you referring to multiple dbms's? For example I can SSH into my server and have direct access to SQLite, MySQL, or Postgres.
    Cross browser css bugs

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