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    free HTML editor w/ UI tweak

    Hi everyone,

    Long time,

    Does anyone know if there is a good free HTML editor out there with UI tweak ability ?

    I tried NetBeans, but the fonts on the UI or so small. The fonts can be resized, but not in the User Interface.

    Thanks,

    Larry

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    I like Notepad++ on Windows. Linux I use vim.

    http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
    Thanks!

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    I personally like CoffeCup's HTML Editor. It has a good user interface that is easy to navigate. The panels and layout are able to be changed as needed.

    It provides a free version (non-trial) of the program: http://www.coffeecup.com/free-editor/

    I hope this helps.

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    the code font is way too small in coffee cup,

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    Nearly every editor you download will have font too small. Right now I'm using SciTE, which you can get for Mac and Windows as well as Linux and Unix, and it's free! But like the other editors I've known, I had to change the settings for the font size because it was designed when displays had 75 DPI, and now they have 125 DPI. So download SciTE, open the Options for the Global options file, select all and copy that text into the User options file, then edit the font sizes for your operating system. Then you will be comfortable.
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    As a Free Editor, You can use Aptana Studio 3 .. It is really a good editor, It gives you code suggestions just like Dreamweaver but the main advantage is that it shows the compatibility of each tag (when using css properties, this is very useful) with the worlds common browsers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rgwebdesign View Post
    As a Free Editor, You can use Aptana Studio 3 .. It is really a good editor, It gives you code suggestions just like Dreamweaver but the main advantage is that it shows the compatibility of each tag (when using css properties, this is very useful) with the worlds common browsers.
    I agree with you! I used Aptana before, it's awesome free Editor, but currently I prepared using dreamweaver..


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