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What software do you use for editing web pages?

    • Sourcecode: Notepad++, Apatana (both Freeware)
    • WYSIWYG: Adobe Dreamweaver, GoLive CS2 (Payware)
  • Notepad++

  • Eclipse if you want a fancy IDE. Notepad++ if you just want a simple and streamlined editor.

  • (...) use for building and editing web pages? (Preferably, free software.)

    May be Kompozer (a WYSIWYG editor, works for you.

    Microsoft Expression Web is another one.

    And there are many Content Management Systems, which use ckeditor, which has WYSIWYG and source editor.

  • Sublime Text :love:

  • I'm learning and haven't actually submitted any WEB-pages yet, though I open my "pages" in the browser, have saved some as bookmarks, and have tried editing them in browser.
    Opera 11 is a thing for that: you not only can get the source - you can actually edit it, apply the changes, save the result.
    Notepad for the offline editing.

  • Thank you! To all of you who have submitted suggestions. This discussion can now serve as a resource for others looking for an editor.

    Other suggestions are welcome.

  • CoffeeCup Free & Komodo Edit Free - Text HTML5/PHP Editor (Requires Separate FTP Program)

    BlueGriffon from Mozilla for WYSIWYG; FYI Kompozer is outdated

  • I'd like to cast a vote for Kompozer. It is incredibly easy to edit html pages (a true WYSIWYG editor), but also it quickly takes you to the html version of the page if desired. I found it the easiest when I was putting together a very simple site. I have experimented with a few other freebies, but always came back to Kompozer.

    Also, they make a version at Portable Apps, which is nice.

  • BlueGriffon from Mozilla for WYSIWYG; FYI Kompozer is outdated

    BlueGriffon is outdated too! No development since two years!

  • I've a question.
    The most time&shit-consuming trick of what I've learned so far is to define a good image-map. Are there any tools to make it easier? Especially, I'm thinking of a UK radiomap with clickable districts/areas and/or clickable dots (small circles - which is easier) of the towns etc. where the transmitters are.
    The districts/areas are the most sh-consuming - they're all gonna be craziest polygons. Are there any tools to make it easier?