For me code view in Dreamweaver MX and Notetab.
|Homesite 5 with Opera 7.11, refreshed over and over -- and then tested locally in an assortment of browsers once the page is relatively firmed up. |
Tedster - a man after my own heart!
I do spice the above menu with some TopStyle, though.
Personally till now I have used only vim, dow I'm not an expert but I like to be in control of everything. :)
i used UltraEdit32
i hoped i can get used to vim, but i haven't yet
i think i can use 20-30 commands in vim, but still hard to get more common used function for me(although it's a lot there waiting for me)
What a thread! I've changed my mind: EditPlus.
Homesite+ and a bit of DWMX
(PS 7 & Illustrator 10 for graphics)
Dreamweaver MX - I lurve it
ive got sick of seeing this thread so though i better add my contri
Notetab pro.. for everything, mainly because its very fast loading and i guess like everyone, its what im used to so it will take a real problem to make me change. Ive tried everything else from Hotdog to Dreamweaver to Front Page to Homesite. Always came back to notetab for the last 4 years.
In order of preference:
Then there is the original html editor - notepad which I still use when necessary on the fly.
Dreamweaver for find & replace across a whole site
and Crimson Editor for most of the coding, it has extras like tabs and syntax coloring.
Arachnophilia 4.0 (5 is too slow).
Like dingman I'm a programmer first, so I use Emacs under Linux 99% of the time. I never edit under windows, it is just for cross browser testing. I'd rather work with two computers at the same time, one for editing and working, and one for browser testing.
BBEdit on the Mac (I haven't found a text editor on Windows that comes close to BBEdit)
Coldfusion Studio on Windows
nedit - displays with different colors
I'll also use textpad and ultraedit, but I find myself using editplus 99% of the time.
which with add on works fine for PHP highlighting
not even thinking about anything else
unless I'll get for free one of those expensive PHP editors :)
but will have still to think about it
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