What do you use for an HTML creator/editor?

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    Ops VIP Member

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    vim for windows
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    bluefish << my favorite one.
     
    Ops, Jan 25, 2004
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    I hate bluefish for some reason... I don't know why... I just stick to gold ol' vim :D
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    Which, I might add, is the best **** editor on the face of this planet!
     
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    i prefer gvim, I dont like the command line version
     
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    Yeah, I meant GVim, but I call them both Vim. :D
     
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    I don't believe in using HTML creators such as dreamweaver anyone I know who does use them knows nothing about HTML at all (unless on the rare occasion someone who does know HTML just uses it to cut down on time). Myself I use Notepad / Notetab
     
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    I use MS Visual InterDev 6.0 & Visual Studio.net, and sometimes Notepad.

    I too am horrible at graphics. I have Adobe PhotoShop but pretty much just use it to optimize graphics for the web.

    Hedda Lora
     
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    I use FrontPage largely. Although I use Dreamweaver for a few things. Just so you know, FP's output is understood by any modern browser. Including Mozilla/Opera/Konquer. It may now be easy for a human to read, but a browser can handle it easily. Its by far the easiest to use editor for clients, and I use it for all my clients webpages.
     
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    Just because a browser can me it doesn't mean it's okay. FP generates horribly non-compliant code.
     
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    S Walch MAME 0.64 :) VIP Member

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    Here here.

    /me starts a petition to make microsoft use compliant code in their programs
     
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    ph03nIX :p

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    I use frontpage but usually either because I am lazy or for quick previewing purposes :p
     
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    I use notepad... my html is extremely tidy so it almost looks like xhtml
     
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    I use Winsyntax, and my code comes from my head. 8)
     
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    A prehistoric version of Homesite, or if I'm in a hurry, Notepad.
     
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