good html editor?

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  1. Tk

    Tk Well-Known Member

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    ive been using homesite since 2.5.... i love it because its has the dropdown lists full of tags and attributes when you open a tag, and that shit helps a lot since i dont do a lot of web editing anymore.

    anyways, is there anything else that compares to or is better than homesite 5.5?
     
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    The ONLY wysiwyg html editor that I would ever use is NVU. It actually outputs proper html and xhtml, which is rare.

    I still have to throw out that hardcoding a site is the only way to go though...
     
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    vi/vim

    editplus

    eclipse
     
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    All you ever need UltraEdit32 and skEdit. Both are very light weight and easy to use. Both have a library of tag references and documentation so you can provide any data you need at your finger tips.
     
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    i hand code all my html in dreamweaver with some various extensions.
     
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    hmm I thought homesite was a wysiwyg editor.

    The coding editor that I use is jEdit Its open source and runs on just about any platfrom. There are a ton of plugins and it has builtin syntax highlighting. Good stuff.
     
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    good shit guys, thanks :big grin:
     
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    Dreamweaver is bulky and is a complete waste of money... anything done in Dreamweaver can be easily done in a cheap, lightweight utility called skEdit.
     

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