Rick Metta dijo:
I use Dreamweaver CS5
For this course we need an HTML editing tool. There are many to choose from. We do not need many advanced features for this basic course so pick a simple text editor with syntax highlighting.
There are several HTML editors that you can use in your web browser:
The following text editors have syntax highlighting and are Free/Open Source tools:
Someone hip me on to Unitron, which is a great editor but no longer supported. I have also tried Dreamweaver. I've installed eclipse, Aptana Studio 3, and TextWrangler since starting this track. I am still trying to decide which one is best. Aptana is edging out the others, but I may try out a couple more before deciding.
Been using Notepad++ on Windows , Textmate and Coda on mac. Looking that the Bluefish website, I was impressed with it's code completetion, syntax highlighting and the keyboard shortcuts to comment and markup, plus it works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. This will make it much easier on myself as I use all three OS's. Downloaded Bluefish earlier today and gave it a spin. Very Nice!
I've used Notepad++ before, so that's what I'll be starting off with.
I'm keen to hear what the more expierenced web designers choose.
Blue fish would be a great way to build a formidable compatible platform. I like that it could be used in GNU/Linux, Mac OSX and windows. However Notepad++ looks to be a great way to start in the windows platform. If anyone else would care to advice on better editors for Mac OSX or Linux please foward me a message, your input is always appreciated.