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Does anyone know of another editor that doesn't add extra code and has a lot of features
joined:July 8, 2002
Now I see that Topstyle has the same style drop-down options available for the html tags that I've been looking for in a future replacement for Homesite.
Now if I could only get the CSE HTML validator functionality fully integrated as well, things would be perfect.
CSE HTML Validator has developed into a very useful editor over the last few years.
So has FrontPage. :)
With the release of FrontPage 2003, the rest of them have been left in the dust. Although they all perform their tasks and it really comes down to the user, not the program.
The industry standard for Windows and Mac OS X users is Macromedia Dreamweaver - version 8 has just been released. This allows you to design WYSIWYG or hand code or use both when required - it really is up to the user. Macromedia has greatly improved CSS editing, layer control, Flash video integration and XML.
Hope this helps.
Countless posts got me into using NVU, which was disappointing--adding far too much random code and inhibiting simple navigation through the html.
I've since begun using DW, but am leaning painfully that I'm just not good enough yet. Thanks for the advice here--I'm definitely going to try TopStyle & Homesite. Will let the world know how badly it goes...