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    SitePoint Evangelist happyoink's Avatar
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    @Nui, I would use Notepad but I'm rather forgetful and prone to mistakes so TopStyle helps. Notepad++ would help you I think, it doesn't auto-suggest etc but it has coloured syntax and numbered lines which are useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niu View Post
    I have to code error free and it helps
    Yes, it can be a great way of learning. Once you know your stuff you can move on to a more sophisticated editor to improve productivity.
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    billycundiff{float:left;} silver trophybronze trophy RyanReese's Avatar
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    I don't feel that way. I don't think I'm that horrible at CSS yet I still love notepad. I don't use dreamweaver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanReese View Post
    I don't think I'm that horrible at CSS yet I still love notepad.
    That's your prerogative. All I'm saying is that you might become more productive with a more advanced editor (after the initial learning curve, of course). It's a choice, though, not a requirement.
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    I've recently been experimenting with some new IDEs like Komodo Edit and Aptana.

    I am liking Komodo Edit (the free version), and have been using it almost exclusively for about 3 weeks. Then a friend of mine recommended Aptana (It's based on the Eclipse IDE, but for web developers). I am starting to really love Aptana, especially with all the plugins it has. Aptana has auto tag complete as an option, which I always liked about Dreamweaver.

    I recommend you check them both out, but if you can only spend time trying one, go with Aptana.

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    i used to use topstyle pro for both markup and css editing but gave notepad++ a try and loved it. it just seems snappier and more responsive while typing and i type fast.

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    I think something like TopStyle Pro is good for people who are a bit prone to mistakes or who just need their memory jogged from time to time. I'm not exactly a newbie but I would consider myself to be a novice - also I'm quite scatter brained. I know HTML fairly well but I still have trouble remembering a tag or two at times. I find the auto-suggest feature helpful.

    That said, I like Notepad++ too, and I'll probably ditch TopStyle Pro for Notepad++ when I become more fluent in CSS.

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    Notepad, because is light and don't need much RAM

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    RAM is cheap.

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    My favourite editor is fckeditor

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinpetrovbg View Post
    Notepad, because is light and don't need much RAM
    Well, I usually have 200-300 buffers ( tabs basically ) open in Vim over the course of 2 months and it uses less than 100 mb.. whereas 2 years ago when I was on Dreamweaver it would use 150 mb for ~10 files. Notepad isn't very productive due to the lack of shortcut keys, I imagine it's very much a hassle for editing multiple files as I usually do.
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    Unbelievable! A couple of Vi(m) users, but no Emacs? How can anyone be truly productive on any of those other toy editors?

    In case anyone other than Vi users, who have their own brand of good sense, want to investigate Emacs's capabilities, see the manual. Don't be put off by all there is to learn. You only need as much as it takes to get by. Anything else, you learn as you need it.

    Always choose an editor that lets you keep your hands on the keyboard. Every time you have to use the mouse, you lose productivity/efficiency. Emacs and Vi are the two most productive and powerful editors out there, with Vi running a not too distant second to Emacs. Any other editor is, at best, an also-ran.

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    it was HTML kit for quite a while but recently I switched over to coffee cup.

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    Vi is a crazy one (but good). Textmate is good for macs.
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    Notepad ++ or Programmers notepad.

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    I use a HTML editor is called "Phase 5". It's a german programm and unfortunatly there is no english version.

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    I started with dreamweaver, then switched to PDT (Eclipse with PHP plugin), and now I'm using NetBeans 6.5

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    Dreamweaver for most HTML work
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    I use Homesite for all HTML, Topsite Lite for CSS, Netbeans for PHP and occasionally TextPad for Misc
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    Dreamweaver and Notepad++

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    i lik Dreamweaver n Editplus..really comfortable with these two...

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    I have used Frontpage Express, 1stPage2000, HAPedit, HTML-Kit, Web Matrix, Visual Studio Express, but I am definitely more comfortable and efficient in Dreamweaver.

    I particularly love the fact that you can extend it with JavaScript.
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