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Anonymous
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What is the best HTML editor used by web developers?
 
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What is the best flavor of ice cream?
Answer: HomeSite 4.5
 
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I prefer notepad.
 
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Personally I use either HomeSite or textpad ... both have their advantages!
 
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The HTML editor that can be very helpful for web developers are
1. CoffeeCup HTML Editor++
2. TextPad
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Homesite. Puts all of the code in various colors making it easy to get around.
 
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Guys, whats your answer for this question now after 10 years?
I mean, there are so many tools available for HTML now. Which one will you prefer?
 
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Mahesh Kedari wrote:Guys, whats your answer for this question now after 10 years?
I mean, there are so many tools available for HTML now. Which one will you prefer?


vim
 
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Boy, talk about waking the dead!

As I do almost all of my HTML editing as part of a Java web app, I just use the HTML plugin of IntelliJ IDEA rather than switching to a separate tool.

For quick edits when not running the IDE, I'll usually use BBedit.
 
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