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    Wich is the best editor for php pages mixed with html???

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    Notepad.


    Well... I use Textpad (www.textpad.com), but that's because I do all sorts of perl and ASP scripting in addition to PHP.
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    Well..., but how do the pages the great portals like ebay or yahoo???

    The question is that i need to do dynamic html pages and i need a good editor.

    Wich??

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by JonLed:
    Notepad.


    Well... I use Textpad (www.textpad.com), but that's because I do all sorts of perl and ASP scripting in addition to PHP.
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    I use Dreamweaver as my HTML Editor. And for PHP I use Ultraedit (You can select and external editor in DW)
    www.dreamweaver.com www.ultraedit.com

    Ultraedit can colorize the PHP commands.
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    I am using Dreamweaver for HTML and "cuteftp" for PHP. Available at www.cuteftp.com
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    I hand code with Dreamweaver and I use PHPed for php, you can find it at http://www.soysal.com/PHPEd/

    You asked wich is the best? Notepads are just as good as Dreamweaver, but Dreamweaver is easier to maintain a large site, but it is very buggy. As for php, you need a special installation in your computer so you can run the scripts. (not as simple as download then install and the rest takes care of itself).

    [This message has been edited by yduvoid (edited August 02, 2000).]
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    I use,
    Homesite, UltraEdit and NEdit

    Overall, I think I prefer Homesite. Couldn't say why, just personal preference.

    NEdit is hell to set up on Win32, but its become my choice for linux.

    I use UltraEdit daily, but not for PHP. Go figure.
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    My current favourite for php/html is CodeWhiz which allows various language modules to be added in to give tag completion, colouring etc. Its shareware $19.95
    www.incatec.com
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    i use a combination of Dreamweaver and Homesite,

    Homesite is best for PHP due to the way it colours the syntax of PHP is makes it alot easier to see what you are doing
    www.allaire.com
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    waseem

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    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by term181170:
    Well..., but how do the pages the great portals like ebay or yahoo???

    The question is that i need to do dynamic html pages and i need a good editor.

    Wich??
    [/quote]

    well, Notepad does all these (at least i do)



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    As was suggested at the top of this thread, I use textpad 4.3 as well. Textpad has never failed me (except in 1 little problem with syntax highlighting), but it is a great php editor as well as asp, perl, c, and all the other lovley programming/scripting languages. Let's not count out text, too...

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    I use Editplus to as the editor for ASP, PHP, HTML as it has many facilites included with it. Just chec it out from www.editplus.com and u will understand it is really good and it setup is very easy even.
    Then Best OF luck
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    I have to go with Textpad as well. I am 100% Linux on my home PC's, but Textpad is one of those few apps that I actually miss from the Windows world.

    Also, I heard that UltraEdit is really cood too.

    Jaster Mereel

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    I've been coding in php for the past year and in my opinion, the best I've used is Homesite. It's color coding is near flawless, and if you have a decent amount of ram it loads fast and even has ftp support (granted the ftp support needs to have status messages though). If you don't need a WYSIWYG editor, I recommend Homesite. If you need one, add Dreamweaver to the equation.

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    It is true that notepad is good for basic functions, but when I need multiple files open in one program, notepad doesn't cut it. And when I have to pump out several full websites a month, notepad slows me down. I use a WYSIWYG editor (Dreamweaver, I like it the best) and Nedit for PHP and the countless other programming languages I use.

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