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Best Html Editors (in my opinion)

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Text Editors list:


- WeBuilder v2015 - is the best, is updated


- CoffeeCup HTML Editor


- AceHTML Pro v6.60 - is not updated anymore, last version 6.60 is from 2007


- Notepad++


 


WYSIWYG Editors list:


- Adobe Dreamweaver - the most popular one


- WYSIWYG Web Builder - is also a good one


 


So I will use WeBuilder v2015 and WYSIWYG Web Builder.


What Html Editors are you using?


Maybe I missing some good ones.


 


 

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CodeExplorer

MOBIRISE is not good in my opinion, only few web editing features are present!


Pinegrow Web Designer is much better, also Bootstrap based.

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VirtualCoder

for me i use Dreamweaver cc 2015 full option  special Html when you use HTML 5 linked with Css


 


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midnighterkyun

In the last time i use notepad++ but have many problems with app break down. I change to sublime text and i really love this editor! Do you know anything about sublime text? What do you think about this editor?


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Alcatraz3222

the best one i found and i use is Brackets


 


it has an Extensions manager where download themes, languages support such as PHP, TypeScript and more


 


 


PD. it has live preview :D


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richyb

Pinegrow is pretty decent too.


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atom0s

the best one i found and i use is Brackets

 

it has an Extensions manager where download themes, languages support such as PHP, TypeScript and more

 

 

PD. it has live preview :D

Ooo Brackets looks pretty nice. The live preview feature being able to work with php files is very appealing. Will have to try it out.

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Bxrdy

Im using Notepad++ as text editor, but if you wanna use something more interactive i think this one can help u w/ some stuff KompoZer

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Bxrdy
On 28/10/2015 0:40:53, midnighterkyun said:

In the last time i use notepad++ but have many problems with app break down. I change to sublime text and i really love this editor! Do you know anything about sublime text? What do you think about this editor?

 

I read your comment last weekend, i read about sublime text and i've been using it and testing it this whole week and i can truly say that this is one of the best editors I've ever tested, i think its because of the colors which make it more understandable one of the good features that notepad++ doesn't have, definitely im gonna use this one thanks for ur comment ;)
 

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BoliBerrys
On 13/7/2015 11:31:38, CodeCracker said:

Text Editors list:

 

- WeBuilder v2015 - is the best, is updated

 

 

- CoffeeCup HTML Editor

 

 

- AceHTML Pro v6.60 - is not updated anymore, last version 6.60 is from 2007

 

 

- Notepad++

 

 

 

 

 

WYSIWYG Editors list:

 

 

- Adobe Dreamweaver - the most popular one

 

 

- WYSIWYG Web Builder - is also a good one

 

 

 

 

 

So I will use WeBuilder v2015 and WYSIWYG Web Builder.

 

 

What Html Editors are you using?

 

 

Maybe I missing some good ones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I presonally use Brackets. Since you can have lots of themes, and also has a Plugin named EMMET, which helps you alot while you code HTML.

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Lek_Plepi

Sublime Text is a good solution for html,php and much more

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Stas

My free editor #1 is Codelobster
It works best with many popular frameworks

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