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    Good CSS/HTML editor?

    I am thinking of buying TopStyle Pro. I've heard that it's one of the best tools for CSS on the market. It seems to be expensive even with a discount. Is it worth the money? Anybody here used it?

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    I LOVE TOPSTYLE PRO! I sware by it... I didn't "buy" it tho... I use the light version at work and its good... but I miss my pro version at home

    I paid all the money for Macromedia Studio MX tho... and that comes with Dreamweaver and HomeSite but I still like TopStyle Pro better... it is almost what I am most comfortable with.

    It is a nice light program with lots of little features... TRY THE FREE TRIAL!

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    HTML-Kit is good and free.

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    Notepad++ or Notepad2
    CATdude about IE6: "All your box-model are belong to us"

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    Crimson editor (www.crimsoneditor.com) is very good and is free. There are many similiar threads to this floating around on CF.

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    http://www.chami.com/html-kit/download/

    HTML-Kit is the best, believe me.

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    No, the webcoder is the best, because programs can't think . And that's why I use notepad.

    Everyone in a gamemodding community uses notepad (it's a community with like 3000) members, while there are a few editors for modding the files.
    CATdude about IE6: "All your box-model are belong to us"

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    I don't see why people love notepad so much...it takes forever to find mistakes, No syntax highlighting, etc...

    Html kit closes tags, syntax highlighting, has html tidy built in, has its own browser system in it so you can validate all your codes in the same program, it's just much better.


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