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flashedge says

I always used Dreamweaver. Lately discovered FlashDevelop which fits also for html coding. :)

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iconfinder says

If you’re using it for PHP the Zend Studio is awesome. It doesn’t run on Mac unfortunately, so I’m using Eclipse or Coda instead :-/

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peex says
Only part I don’t like about Dreamweaver is that I need to start up that huge program just.to.type.code.

I’m using Editplus because of the same reason it is really fast and easy to use :)

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TahaH-Studio says

The thing with Zend Studio that its too expensive for me right now. I want a text editor for html, css and php. I though of using aptana studio, but when i tried to install the php development plugin, it gives me errors and crashes every 10 mins roughly.

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thomasb86 says

If your after the looks of Coda, then try InType, very nice looking piece of software. Best on windows by far.

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icezAz says

Imo TopStyle is the best editor (site seems down atm, wiki). Mainly for CSS , but also supports HTML , Javascript and PHP . This lightweight program saves me alot of work.

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ambrooks says
If your after the looks of Coda, then try InType, very nice looking piece of software. Best on windows by far.

I have to agree with this. It is still in alpha stage, and already is is better than all of the other programs listed on this thread. It is not an entire IDE (who needs that for web dev?), but it does have file management.

Sadly though it is being made by a small group in their spare time, so it has an incredibly slow development. Because of this, I can’t say it is exactly ready for real use at this point. Definitely something to look into, though.

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dSKY says

Try Aptana Studio , and Komodo.

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maf138 says

Checking out Komodo Edit is worth a shot. It allows you to connect to a remote server and installing an add-on allows you to have a sidebar similar to Coda.

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says
Only part I don’t like about Dreamweaver is that I need to start up that huge program just.to.type.code.

I agree its such a huge program :(

I use FlashDevelop and Notepad++ for most things, will look into E-Text-Editor though :)

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