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    7mX
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    what html editors do you guys use ... and what do you think of AceHtml

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    Never used Ace. I use Dreamweaver, and love it.

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    i use dreamweaver, although used notepad when i started learning things to stop myself from being lazy
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    I like Dreamweaver because it lets me see what's in a mySQL table in an easy fashion and it color codes the PHP code.
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    Dreamweaver... although, I need to learn it's php/mysql integration. I mostly use it to quickly convert special chars like 1/2 etc since I use them every day on one of my sites I update..

    When I'm on my laptop I use Crimson Editor... GREAT text editor folks.. I strongly reccomend it.
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    Never used AceHTML. I use Dreamweaver MX but spend more time in the Code view than the Layout view. It's a bad idea to start learning HTML in a WYSIWYG editor, but it saves your life once you need to make uber-complicated layouts. Chunks of WDF here were made in Photoshop and manually spliced up into tables in Dreamweaver.

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    i still use notepad for quick changes, but do most main stuff now with dreamweaver.
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    wow

    :cheeky: wow u all are really into dreamweaver eh? well i guess i'd have to tryit oh and yes i will try crimson to :classic:. i have been using ace html ... its somewhat like "coffeecup html editor" but a bit better. ive been meaning to buy the macromedia studio mx for a long time and i think that time is now.


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    You don't need to buy all of Studio MX IMO unless you want to work with Fireworks and Flash. At last check, Dreamweaver MX by itself was somewhere near $130.

    edit: $399 for full, $199 for upgrade.
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    well un-fortunatley Macromedia is taking over my life and i am severly addicted to flash and fireworks so meh i think i will go and spend some big moolah on studio MX ... or i could just load up my file sharing progy and download it for free. But ,i think macromedia deserves the money for thier effort.

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