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jamieedwards
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Hi guys and girls, I currently use a combination of Notepad++ and the Firefox DOM inspector to code most of my css and php. I then either use an FTP plugin for Notepad ++, but typically just use Filezilla. I am wondering if maybe there is a more efficient and maybe easier way to go about things. I am wondering if anyone here has some suggestions for some good software (preferably free). What do you guys use? I am currently working on a couple of HTML and one WordPress themes that I will be submitting soon.

Cheers, Jamie

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mascioni
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Sublime Text is a brilliant editor. It is extremely fast, has a wide variety of themes and plugins available (some which are sure to blow your mind) It isn’t free, but there is a free trial for you to give it a test drive. I’ve been using it for quite some time now and I can’t see how I lived without it before.

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manuelvega
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Sublime Text is a brilliant editor. It is extremely fast, has a wide variety of themes and plugins available (some which are sure to blow your mind) It isn’t free, but there is a free trial for you to give it a test drive. I’ve been using it for quite some time now and I can’t see how I lived without it before.

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pixelgrade
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Yep Sublime 2 all the way.

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jamieedwards
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Thanks guys, I’ll def check out Sublime 2

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