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    I'm using Aptana Studio! the greatest thing about it that it's free
    well the other great thing is that it's a fully featured editor/IDE
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    I really like Sublime text. I also use Dreamweaver as well.
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    I think Notepad ++ is good editor.
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    PhpStorm from IntelliJ is a cool thing, but it is not free - it costs about $200 I believe - however it is worth it. I'm going to purchase it later, when my project grows bigger (currently I own the license for similar Java IDE - IntelliJ IDEA) - meanwhile I work in gedit. It is not as important which editor you use, it is important to use subversion well.

    http://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/

    Main problem is that one need a lot of time to learn all features. Trial period is 30 days.
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    CodeAbbey - programming problems for novice coders
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    I use Netbeans and Dreamweaver (I used Adobe Products for College).
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    u can use notepad it's very cool
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    The best HTML editor


    Notepad++ And Dreamweaver is the best for html editor
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    editor


    yes, notepad it the good as it's universal and easy to use, but it's next look "NOTEPAD++" is very good to work on.
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    Dreamweaver is the best editor for the HTML coding.
    because in which intelligence and stranger can easily try to understand HTML coding.
    Thanks for sharing this information.
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    You can go for a good WYSIWYG program. There are many, but you'll have to look and find one that suits you.

    Personally I use Notepad++ and find it to be the simple and easy for codding manually.
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    Dreamweaver


    Dreamweaver Latest version 6 is the best editor for html 5 and css 3, It's easy and good for you
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    Note pad++ and dream weaver I personally used earlier for my code editing they are good but after started working on Net beans I found it is much better editor than notepad++ and dream weaver as it provide smart and fast code editing experience plus you can easily manage large no. of files and folder here.Well at last it totally depends upon you on which platform you are most comfortable so go with that only.
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    I loved Notepad++ but now when I'm coding just in Html, Css and JS I prefer to use SublimeText.
    At the end of the day there're all notepads so it's really up to your preferences.
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    I personally use Dreamweaver, it is the best HTML editor. Sometimes I also use Notepad++
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    I started out using Notepad but it does not innovate so I used Notepad++ for this. Perhaps you can try that as well.

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