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What do you use most to code?

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    Notepad
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    Wordpad
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    Frontpage
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    Dreamweaver
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What do you use most to code?

  • gjaces
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi:

I use Homesite for HTML. I have begun to learn some javescript too. I'm going to be adding some PHP templates to my site to sell, any reccomendations about which are most needed, likely to sell??

I have autoresponder, adrotator, oscommerce....

Gerri
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Post 3+ Months Ago

  • JoeIsuzu
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Post 3+ Months Ago

A poll that doesn't even list vi or vim? C'mon!

Jack
  • ChrisSamo
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm with Axe on this topic, I use EditPlus and Photoshop for everything. I was amazed as I was reading this... I made it to page 4 before I saw EditPlus... wow. I thought alot of people used it. I waslooking at HTML-kits webpage... Just the webpage itself was confusing at first. I'll try it to see how it works and all. But I'll probably end up staying with EditPlus.

P.S. Hello everyone! I'm new to this board.
  • Mas Sehguh
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I used to use HTML-Kit. I soon realized, however, that it had unabridged featuritis, and useless featuritis, at that: It had stuff like buttons for creating hyperlinks: I click, enter the href in a form field, and then click OK. Not particularly useful. Mega-bloat.

Eventually, I went to using Araneae, which is basically syntax highlighting plus a color picker plus tabs. I got sick of waiting for Araneae 5 to be released, however. (It has been "almost ready" for about 2 years or something like that.) Right now, I use Edwin, which I started using for non-HTML-related things, but I have found it useful for HTML and such as well. It is an emacs-similar editor.
  • mistali
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Notepad owns!!!!!! :mrgreen:
You can do everything in it! So good! :lol:
  • JackDoff
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I love Dreamweaver's ability to show both the tags and the site as well
very user-friendly and easy to use
  • Tom the Great
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Since I have been using linux alot, I have started using kate or kwrite for HTML (and php) since it's got the syntax highlighting, and that type of stuff, but it doesn't want to write the code for you, like some other applications out there. And when I am dealing with a bunch of files that I want to switch in and out of, I made use kdevelop.

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