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Landonw says

title says it all. I have a new computer and I’m looking for a great solution for editing code – not notepad++. I need something even better.

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Siddharth Staff says

I guess I’m going to be watching this thread like a hawk.

I’ve tried out SublimeText in the past and I felt it needed a little more polish. I heard the current version is much better.

For my day to day use, I’m stuck with Dreamweaver CS5 . I was given a license and I really didn’t feel like not using. And for my use, it does great. Inline JS error checking and code completion is all I’m really looking for anyway.

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christopherjon says
not notepad++. I need something even better
What is notepad++ lacking that you need? What do you mean by better
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Landonw says
christopherjon said
not notepad++. I need something even better
What is notepad++ lacking that you need? What do you mean by better

Built in FTP , templating so that when I create a new HTML file it will have the doctype and such in already, project management.. Those sorts of things.

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themecloud says

Notepad ++ has a built in FTP that works fine.

I would be interesting in what others suggest or mabie if plug-ins/add-ons are available for notepad++.

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Smuliii says

I’ve been using mostly Intype and E editors.

Siddharth said
I’ve tried out SublimeText in the past and I felt it needed a little more polish. I heard the current version is much better.

I’ve also tried Sublime Text more than a year ago and it didn’t convince me then. But I just downloaded Sublime Text 2 and it actually looks quite promising. Still in beta so it’s interesting to see what new features it will get before final release.

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squaredWeb says

Im using WeBuilder.

Doesnt seem to be very popular, but i started out with it and ill take it into the grave with me ;)

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cippo says

I’m using Komodo Edit (http://www.activestate.com/komodo-edit) and I won’t switch to anything else too soon. For me is better than n++ and even dw.

You should give it a try.

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kegler68 says
This is a great read and gives you a lot of insight into what people use for Macs and PC’s: http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/readers-polls/readers-poll-how-do-you-code-designs-into-htmlcss/
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purethemes says

I’ve tried many, but the best one for me is http://netbeans.org/

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