Take a look at TopStyle. It's a full fledged XHTML editor with incredible CSS support. Coded by the guy who made HomeSite.
Scite (based on Scintilla) or Emacs...
[edited by: BlobFisk at 12:08 pm (utc) on June 15, 2004]
VSL Visual Slick Edit might be worth a look.
HTML-Kit is awesome, and it's free.
I'm still happy with Arachnophilia 4.0 (build 5310) also freeware (well, careware actually!)
Didn't like version 5.0 though......
I use Crimson Editor, it's free, very fast to load, has syntax highlighting for html, css, php, asp, java, perl, jsp etc. It has line numbers too and other handy features like tabs and find & replace for all open files.
I have been using Textpad for 4 yrs and never found a better option for me
I agree with jatar_k - Textpad rules :)
Another thread here recommended ultraedit and I switched in September of last year, and haven't looked back.
rox my sox
handles text, html, css, you name it - very robust and all-purpose
thanks for the replies.
having tried out most of the above I am currently using HTML-Kit
Edit Plus is very good.
I'll second TopStyle....
And I'll second HTML-Kit. The best and free
I havn't tried HTML-Kit but I have tried the following, which is excellent, its free and it seems to contain all of your requirements, and more: StlHEditor
Here's one download link I found (the authors site seems to be down or moved)
I'll second UltraEdit. I've used quite a few (many but not all of the ones mentioned so far in this thread) and the one I'm happiest with is UltraEdit.
My longtime favorite is EditPad Pro. Not free, but well worth the $$ you pay for it. It's like a good version of TextPad ;)