HTML Editor.

Newton's Ring

Novice Member
Notepad.

Free in windows. Not very helpful I guess if you're a beginner but then I guess you can save existing webpages and edit them using notepad.
 

pandemic

Well-known Member
Probably KompoZer or Nvu would be a good start. I don't use them just hear good things about them both WYSIWYG and free. I use notepad++ (not WYSIWIG)
 

KhalJimbo

Distinguished Member
I use Primal Script for VB ans Java stuff, pretty sure it can be used for HTML too, its a really good program although you do have to pay for it :thumbsup:
 

Shoka

Novice Member
When you get used to writing code - Notepad all the way.

Kompozer is OK - to me it didn't seem very Vista friendly? it kept crashing at pivotal points when using it, causing me to nearly throw my monitor across the office :thumbsdow although it seems a lot more stable on the Mac.

Not free but DreamWeaver is good as well.
 

Iccz

Member
When you get used to writing code - Notepad all the way.

Kompozer is OK - to me it didn't seem very Vista friendly? it kept crashing at pivotal points when using it, causing me to nearly throw my monitor across the office :thumbsdow although it seems a lot more stable on the Mac.

Not free but DreamWeaver is good as well.
Notepad is good but I like to use Crimson Editor personally.
 

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