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HTML editor recommendations please?

By Smiegel ·
Hi guys,

Could any of you please recommend a good alternative to Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004? In my opinion, it is one of the best site editors around but way too pricey. It comes in at just under $700 here in Australia.

I know there are many editors out there but which ones are in the same league and which are *reasonably* priced?

Any recommendations would be appreciated.

Cheers
Jimmy

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here's

by Jaqui In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

a decent one, which even supports the standard of xml based sites, which dreamweaver doesn't.

http://www.coffeecup.com/

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My recommendations

by david@anagram In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

These ones are all free at the moment

TSW Webcoder 2005 - http://www.tsware.net/
1st Page 2000 - http://www.evrsoft.com/
NVU - http://www.nvu.com/ - WYSIWYG editor

Kind regards

David

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TextPad the non-WYSIWYG editor

by HughPoynor In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

I have used TextPad for five years as a professor and site developer. It is a programmer's editor, well suported by the community of programmers with add ins. There is a free-ware trial download. See www.textpad.com.

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TextPad is great!

by robmcalister In reply to TextPad the non-WYSIWYG e ...

Also, NoteTab works very well. Both are good organizing tools and implement snippets and code libraries intuitively. TextPad has better macro functionality and NotePad seems to integrate with other apps better.

Nvu is okay if you really want a WYSIWYG type editor. It's also free.

But if you're on OS X, skEdit and PageSpinner are the best options. Code highlighting, snippets, applescriptability, built-in FTP.

I use NoteTab and PageSpinner.

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HTML-Kit

by mcdrva In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

HTML-Kit is also a great choice. It give you the ability to plug in many function and programming languages(ASP, ASP.Net, Bash, ColdFusion, iHTML, JSP, Perl, PHP, SQL, SSI, VBScript)
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http://www.chami.com/html-kit/

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BlueVoda

by chaleepas In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

BlueVoda is a webeditor I have started trying out recently. They seem ok so far and have links to their website to download web templates and logo images, and they are FREE. I like free!

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HTML Kit

by mreaves53 In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

I throughly enjoy using HTML kit. If you don't want all the bells and whistles, its free. It is the main editior I use for all of the web sites I design.

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My Prefs

by muthukumar.g In reply to HTML editor recommendatio ...

I prefer Dreamweaver, because it not only supports html but also dhtml, asp, php, jsp and db programming works. for low cost we can go for front page.

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