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    I thought I would just mention Aptana...great editor and they are always releasing new features. This doesn't have a visual editor like frontpage and dreaweaver but if you are a hand coder I would recommend it 100%!
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    Stay away from GoLive? Why? Adobe GoLive is the best web designing software I have ever used. I always hated Dreamweaver, it is the crappiest program.
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    Originally Posted by mr.davin
    I use to love dreamweaver until I began learning more about coding, now I am hooked on EditPlus.

    Simple and clean software with lots of options.
    Yep - EditPlus is my text editor of choice. Nice syntax highlighter for HTML, ASP,PHP,JSP, Javascript, etc. and I really like the tabbed interface and search and "find in files" functions.

    fv
    ...because that is the way we have always done it. We've been doing it like that for 80 Years! (How do we change that mindset?)
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    Originally Posted by Welder
    Stay away from GoLive? Why? Adobe GoLive is the best web designing software I have ever used. I always hated Dreamweaver, it is the crappiest program.
    Important is the codes not softwares , combine Adobe Golive with Dreaweaver for design...
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    Website Software Recommendations


    Originally Posted by Sol07
    Hi

    I'm thinking of buying a new web authoring software package.

    Just wondering what up-to-date software people would recommend?

    Cheers
    Sol

    PS: Using Dreamweaver MX 2004 at present.
    I do not know your level of skill that you have, but for me it comes down to time and return on investment. I have been programming in Dreamweaver and php for years, but what I found was a software called <idiot tried to link drop here with a bunch of keywords. Rest of post deleted>
    Last edited by Scorpions4ever; January 9th, 2014 at 01:00 PM.
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    I think Dreamweaver is the best, too.
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    Hi


    I suggest you that every software is helpful in one or other way but the difference is that According to how much your budget and what you want to do with it...you should use that.
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    Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Expressions Web, Coda 2, Amaya and Bluefish. This all 5 webdeisgn tools are good. I Prefer dreamweaver and microsoft expression web. you can choose any tools for webdesign.
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    You can use Dreamweaver and Photoshop and filezilla
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