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    which is the best html editor

    hi ,

    Which is the best html editor which can edit ready made templates easier or easy for designing web sites.

    Some say Dreamweaver is best , but that consumes too many resources.
    Tried namo web editor as well but not so good.

    So far i am using Notepad but may be something i don't know . Has anyone tried Adobe GoLIve
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    I use one for Mac OS X called "Taco Edit" Sounds silly but I like it because I dont want any of the bells and whistles, just a very very plain WYSIWYG editor.

    I hate the ones that come with tons of crap, I would much rather have a sleek quick editor and do it myself

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    I also like sleek quick editor but sometimes it is easy , if we can add some html elements or form elements direcly by clicking buttons rather than coding. or if we want to chnage some text , then visually chnaging text becomes easier rather than finding that tag in html file
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    Depends if you want a WYSIWYG editor or not.

    Search the forums, it isn't like this hasn't been discussed before.
    Last edited by oracleguy; 05-13-2008 at 07:29 AM.
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    I use BestAddress 2008 Professional.

    I find it very good.

    30 sessions free trial with full function.

    http://www.mmaus.com/

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    Hate to say it, but if i had to use a WYSIWYG editor it would be Microsoft Expression Web 2.0. Dreamweaver is good, but has now dropped to a distant second place. It's almost hard to believe that a product like this can come out of M$ without buying someone and rebranding it.

    i personally use Notepad++ to code everything...then run it through Firefox/Minefield to fix CSS issues i overlooked (with Firebug/Web Developer extensions).

    i havent ran into any editor that actually has great context based intuitive code hinting, maybe i will mod NP++ source to work the way i want.
    Last edited by Leeoniya; 05-13-2008 at 11:06 PM.


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