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HTML Editors?

excess says:

What are your favourite HTML editors?

I'm assuming I'm gonna get 20 posts of 'Notepad/++'... =P

Any decent WYSIWYG ones?

11:52 pm, Thursday, October 18, 2007 (10 years ago)
SunMoonStar says:


12:12 am (10 years ago)
naalo says:

SunMoonStar. That means 'What You See Is What You Get'

excess. DreamWeaver (is WYSIWYG) and of course Notepad.

12:22 am (10 years ago)
Pyro_ says:

There's some with built in browsers for viewing. I think EditPad is one of those. But I myself use Notepad.

12:26 am (10 years ago)
cthu1hu says:


01:18 am (10 years ago)
excess says:

Yeh, I guess dreamweaver'll do, I was just wondering if you guys knew of some lighter versions or something.

I'll take a look at that, Pyro, thanks.
And that, Cth. : D

01:54 am (10 years ago)
egolatra says:

notepad + + if you want to edit the source code, if not, just go with dreamweaver.

02:04 am (10 years ago)
puer says:

Notepad2 is my fav.

But, for WSYIWYG, try NVU.

Also, Bluefish is another good one

Last two are opensource too, which is very nice :)

02:38 am (10 years ago)
finch says:

Editplus is my fave for hand coding
Dreamweaver 8 for WYSIWYG

07:22 am (10 years ago)
SunMoonStar says:

I can't imagine that dreamweaver can be classified as "what you see is what you get." It has like a million hidden options.

12:39 pm (10 years ago)
Frankenstein says:

EditPlus2 FTW. I've heard good things about Notepad2 also.

Currently I use Dreamweaver as it hints (I've still not got past spelling colour with a 'u'). It's not exactly WYSIWYG but close enough. I usually just preview in multiple browsers.

01:00 pm (10 years ago)
egolatra says:

if you are in a rush:

a real time html editor online

01:19 pm (10 years ago)
qslig says:

coffeecup html editor i'm guessing is a good WYSIWYG

03:08 pm (10 years ago)
m1n1mal says:

Nvu pwns for wysiwyg, and notepad2 pwns for everything else.

Also, puer, notepad2 is os also :)

03:25 pm (10 years ago)
Bullett says:

IMO, is fantastic for pretty much all text-based editing.
I agree with cthu1hu; is worth looking at. It has a browser built in, which is good. What is not so good is it uses the IE renderer!

I've never been a big fan of WYSIWYG editors - I like to know I did it aaall myself! ;)

04:35 pm (10 years ago)
Island Dog says:

NVU is a good, free one.

04:51 pm (10 years ago)
finch says:

In my opinion I say Dreamweaver is a WYSIWYG because you have the design view and the code view. While you type the code you see the results instantly.

This is not the same as in Editplus and and Notepead ++

07:45 pm (10 years ago)
vkeios says:

Usually though if its a small/quick edit, I just open up vim.

08:56 pm (10 years ago)
AngelinaT says:

I sadly use Dreamweaver and Microsoft Expression Web. :O I am not talented with web development yet so I need something that is super easy and straight forward.

12:41 pm (10 years ago)
zapatecho says:

kompozer, the nvu evolution.

03:44 pm (10 years ago)
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