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    The best HTML editor?


    What do you think is the best HTML editor if I want to code as little as possible?
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    Notepad++
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    If you want to code as little as possible, look for a good WYSIWYG program. Dreamweaver is probably the best-known, but is a bit pricey for some. There's alternatives, but you'll have to look and find what suits your work style.

    If you want to do it properly, ditch the WYSIWYG editors, learn proper HTML and do it manually. Honestly that's the only way that you'll ever get better and the only way that you'll ever actually know what you're doing rather then just following some bad templating engine.
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    I personally started creating websites using Dreamweaver many years ago as I think I was better visually looking at the website, but over time I started learning to read the code, how to trouble shoot problems, etc I eventually learned HTML properly. I now use Notepad ++ on PC and Text Wrangler on Mac.

    So to begin with, a nice visual editor such as Dreamweaver would be perfect!
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    I've recently started to use OpenBEXI and it's not bad at all. But I still think Dreamweaver is better
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    +1 on Notepad++. I also use it and I believe its a good HTML editor.
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    I like to use notepad ++ .
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    Dreamweaver is the best editor for both expert and little knowledge, there are some auto/choice options for a starters. I personally like Dreamweaver.
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    Notepad is the best HTML editor and it also help you to remind the codes. plus also good for evaluation.
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    There are number of editor is available but notepad++ is very nice and the best HTML editor.Once you download that, you will enjoy to work on it.
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    For coding I prefer to use Notepad++ because of its layout and ease of use since it comes with a lot of features, but I'm currently using PSPad because I do all my coding online and PSPad makes that as easy as coding on your own system. You may need to look for plugins to use with it though.

    I've never used Dreamweaver or anything like that because I like to keep my code clean and easily readable by others. In my opinion it can become quite tedious to find and fix bugs in the code.

    There are pros and cons to whatever method you use to create your website and it comes down to personal preference. To make a good professional website, 'coding as little as possible' may not be the best approach.
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    As I see from the other replies Notepad++ is very preferable and usable among all HTML experts. I would also like to recommend and vote for Notepad++ for a good and convenient HTML editor.
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    Dream Viewer CSS3 and Css6 is the vest editor for html and Css.
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    Best HTML Editor


    I will have to go with Dreamweaver as it is well documented and it makes it easier for you to learn and understand code. Sublime Text is another good one as it has many additional features.
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    I use notepadd++ and pspad to code HTML, PHP, Javascript and simple mySQL statements.

    To code less I use a framework (DHTMLX) for web application design and sometimes jQuery UI.
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