Programs for Coding Your Website

Discussion in 'Fan Sites' started by Night4554, Dec 5, 2002.

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  1. Night4554 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 9, 2000
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    EverSoft 1stPage
    For editing multiple pages that contain pages that I need to tab between.
    Advantages: Open multiple Pages, Has a Windows-Explorer-ish thing that lets you opne up new pages easily, Made for hand-coding but allows quick-insert tags
    DisAdvantages: Have had problems with it including it crashing and losing data when trying to Preview a page (espcially if it has SHTML or PHP)

    AceHTML
    What I used before 1stPage.
    Advantages: Open multiple pages, modular windows
    Disadvantages: Inserts <META> tags at the top automatically (this is why I quit using it. no wonder PHP was giving me header errors)

    NotePad
    The most basic editor
    Advantages: Perfect for absolute control over your site
    DisAdvantages: Absolutely no shortcuts for quick editing tags. No replace function

    ¤Night
  2. xie Jedi Grand Master

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    May 25, 2002
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    I used to use Notepad, and then I discovered a program called HyperEdit, which was basically a cleaner version of Notepad, with some automatic HTML coding with the push of a button. It made it easier for my icon site, so I'm not typing out <img src="image" alt="etc" border="0"> for a hundred images. I lost it though when I got my new computer. I'll look for a link and edit with it.

    EDIT: Can't find it, it was old, might not be around anymore.
  3. Nebucchad Jedi Knight

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    Apr 29, 2002
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  4. DarkWoman Jedi Master

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    Jan 31, 2002
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    For those who like to code it there's Edit Plus.

    Quite nice and not only for HTML. :)
  5. AERYN_SUN Jedi Grand Master

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    Apr 1, 2001
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    if you have a frames website or are trying to make a website using frames, you can edit in dreamweaver and customize what you want your site to look like.
  6. Daughter_Of_TheForce Jedi Master

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    Sep 1, 2001
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    Does anyone have any experience with BBEdit?
  7. Darth_Kevin Force Ghost

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    Aug 30, 2001
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    EmEdit has some nice features.

    Does anyone know of any good text editors with syntax highlighting for HTML?
  8. Night4554 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 9, 2000
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    1rst Page, see my first post.

    ¤Night
  9. DarkWoman Jedi Master

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    Jan 31, 2002
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    Just got OpenOffice as a substitute for MS Office and found out it's capable of HTML editing. Haven't tried it yet and don't know if it's any good, but it's free and open source, so I thought it was worth putting here. ;)

    The site is www.openoffice.org.
    There are verions for Windows, Linux and Mac (only for OS X I think, but maybe there are for other mac OS too) in several languages available there. :)
  10. Zraii Jedi Padawan

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    Dec 13, 2002
    Textpad

    really great program, has syntax highlighting for heaps of languages.
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