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    I'm partial to Frontpage or MS Word. I've hacked Powerpoint to make some nice looking PHP code, also...

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    Originally Posted by ITADopes
    I'm partial to Frontpage or MS Word. I've hacked Powerpoint to make some nice looking PHP code, also...

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    I used to use nuspeheres phpEd which has a fully integrated debugger. But more recently I've moved across to a very simple editor which supports context highlighting like Crimson.
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    ...if you need an IDE, not just an editor. It's here
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    And thats different to the one I mentioned in the post above yours how ??
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    Originally Posted by ITADopes
    I'm partial to Frontpage or MS Word. I've hacked Powerpoint to make some nice looking PHP code, also...

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    hehey! glad to see im not alone, frontpage all the way!
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    There can only be one real choice, surely? Vim all the way, baby! It's even available to you windows users via cygwin! Give it some good syntax highlighting rules and start wondering how you ever survived before.
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