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View Poll Results: What program do you use to write your website?

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  • MS Notepad

    7 24.14%
  • Simpletext

    0 0%
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver

    15 51.72%
  • Homestead

    0 0%
  • Other (define in post)

    7 24.14%
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    I also use Editpad for plain text, but without syntax hilighting, it isn't great for html,php...

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    btw isn't this thread in the wrong place? This must be a non-webdesign discussion forum...
    urm, this is the non-web design discussion forum.

    No, it's not fast.
    (about ms notepd)
    urm, yeh it is
    I lkove notepad, I use HTMLkit now but still use notepad for a loot of other things, you just cant beat the freedom and flexebility that you get with it. I always feel like a WYSIWYG editor is doing stuff behind my back...

    I dont know whateverybody has against it to be honest. So what if it has no features, where are the days of web design when there were no WYSIWYG editors? Have web designers and developers become so lazy they need programs to do all the work for them?

    Plus the sense of satisfaction achieved when you know you have made your website purely by you, 100% your work - its unbeatable. And not thinking most of it was done by the computer.
    tekp :cheeky: tekponline.com

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    What do you use to make your website?
    Well does this look like a non-web design discussion thread?

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    Originally posted by Blackdragonhide

    I dont know whateverybody has against it to be honest. So what if it has no features, where are the days of web design when there were no WYSIWYG editors? Have web designers and developers become so lazy they need programs to do all the work for them?
    It's not that people have become lazy (OK, a little lazy), but It's just doing extra work without any advantage. It takes more time and the antique typos come in play.

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    It does give advantage, knowing its yours.

    Ironhacker, I see what you mean


    Ok now I am being forced to use HTMLKit because damnass firefox has decided to be a stupid little exe and bugger up. and htmlkits preview tab actually works, other than SOME peoples :cheeky:

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    I prefer Dreamweaver... but I was just recently introduced to Netbeans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Sane, post: 210600
    I prefer Dreamweaver... but I was just recently introduced to Netbeans
    Adrian - did you notice that this thread was last posted to 7 years ago?
    But to contribute my 2 cents - I use Notepad++ and HTML Kit - I stay away from Dreamweaver as much as possible because it tends to bloat the code, and if I do have to use it I stick to code view because the deign view sucks like an industrial Shop-Vac.
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    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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    LMAO... true... ive found that dreamweaver tends to over do it sometimes.. but im new to all this and being able to see physically what i'm coding helps me get a better understanding owhat im doing and what mistakes to avoid. i also have notepad++ but havent heard of html kit before... is it free? maybe ill google it just to see. oh!... and yes i knew this thread is ancient... but im trying to learn as much as i can so im reading through as many topics in this site as i can...:coffee:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Sane, post: 210669
    LMAO... true... ive found that dreamweaver tends to over do it sometimes.. but im new to all this and being able to see physically what i'm coding helps me get a better understanding owhat im doing and what mistakes to avoid. i also have notepad++ but havent heard of html kit before... is it free? maybe ill google it just to see. oh!... and yes i knew this thread is ancient... but im trying to learn as much as i can so im reading through as many topics in this site as i can...:coffee:
    HTML kit is free and it has a better preview pane than the design view in DW. It actually shows things where they're supposed to be.
    Good design should never say "Look at me!"
    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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    Why does nobody else use Notepad++ it is so amazing!
    I'm gonna try HTML Kit now because multiple people have recommended it...
    But so far I do like Notepad++


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