View Poll Results: What Editor do you Use?

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  • NotePad

    5 13.16%
  • WordPad

    0 0%
  • DreamWeaver

    12 31.58%
  • Crimson Editor

    4 10.53%
  • Dev-PHP

    0 0%
  • FrontPage

    1 2.63%
  • Other (please post)

    16 42.11%
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Thread: Favorite Editor

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    Senior Member Jonathan's Avatar
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    Default Favorite Editor

    Whats y'alls favorite Editor?
    Mine is Crimson Text; it has, if I remember correctly,
    error highlighting & what not, but I simply use it
    because on my XP comp, it seems NotePad has died
    "How can someone be so distracted yet so focused?"
    - C

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    UltraEdit for programming. Word for copy writing. You all know how bad my grammar and spelling is!
    "Whatcha mean I shouldn't be rude to my clients?! If you want polite then there will be a substantial fee increase." - Buddha

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    russgri
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    Default CoffeeCup

    CoffeeCup Html Editor
    spell check, Dhtml menus, Stylesheet editor, Upload, search and replace,
    global search and replace, change default directories/images
    code snippets, Only $50 but free trial, Also other supporting software.

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    Crimson Editor on my M$ boxs.

    What a great little program. Nice feature set without all the bloat
    -P.J.

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    I'm a user of Zend Studio. (http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-studio.php)
    Very useful for PHP work and very good at HTML, if you like writing it by hand that is!

    David

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    Hosting at Dathorn since March 2003!

    My Interwebs speed on Charter Cable!

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    Textpad for most stuff, though when I'm dinking with .html pages it's always with Dreamweaver.

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    IMHO, HomeSite is still the best general-purpose editor. It's a little bloated and costs hard cash, but no one's beaten it yet.

    However, these freeware editors come fairly close...
    TSW WebCoder - http://www.tsware.net/
    HTML Beauty - http://www.htmlbeauty.com/

    I can't believe people are still using Windows NotePad! Even for quick editing there are better solutions. MetaPad is one: http://liquidninja.com/metapad/

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    I use 1stPage2000 (not Frontpage!), a free but unsupported editor. Has some features that just don't work (like the included FTP program), but others which work great ... syntax highlighting, internal "preview" mode, storage for code snippets and templates, etc. I haven't found a freebie editor yet that matched it, although I've only tried a few (HTMLBeauty, while good, doesn't have an internal preview mode).

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    Default arachnaphobia

    The old one is great and easy and free with internal viewer and too many options to use. The new one runs on Java and I don't have the speed to download 100mb of Java.

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