Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by psykosis, Oct 10, 2005.
It's for my stepson to work on websites for his tech class. Any suggestions?
notepad works well
vi, emacs too!
You can use notepad or Microsoft Word.
Notepad should work fine. Take a look at some of the notepad alternatives at download.com. They have some extra features that generally make it easier to use.
Edit Plus ... http://www.editplus.com/
I like TextPad
May as well learn to use a real editor.
Emacs ftw. But some folks I work with swear by HTML-Kit: http://www.chami.com/html-kit/
I use this HTML editor myself and I find it quite useful.. its a good program to mess around with. I'm sure your son would like it... its called CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor. Here is a direct download of the software:
crimson editor > this thread
he's using HTML-kit, and it's working great...
Textpad works wonders for HTML, it has highlighting and all that other great stuff for .htm and .html files, it even goes as far as php in some cases, definitely textpad (project saving as well as single file saving too!)