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    php + html editor


    Hi,

    I am looking for a good php + html editor. My budget is $100 or less.

    I have tried out (just for fun) the Zend Studio, but I am more of a "web developer" rather than a real programmer, so I need something that is really functional for building websites.

    I have been using Homesite for years, but came to a point where I found its PHP support lacking.

    I also played around with Dreamweaver MX and loved the intellisense/auto-proposal, the ability to communicate with the database from within the editor, internal ftp, etc. etc.

    Are there any editors in my price range that offer all this?

    I have been looking at AceHtml and Namo. Both promise "advanced" php support. Does anyone have experience with these?

    Thanks for your help...
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    Dreamweaver is the way to go... Although you'll have to stretch your budget a bit!

    You can get free trial versions from the macromedia site though...
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    PHP editor


    I started web related work 2 months back and have been searching for such editor, and tried Namo, Zend and some others. But somehow it seems like lack of something, now I'm using CuteHTML PRO, so far so good.

    you can download from http://www.globalscape.com


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