Sunday, 24 January 2010

HTML/CSS Editors

 Writing web pages using the base mark-up languages HTML and CSS is much easier with a few basic editor and tools. Here is a list of ones I use:

Note Tab Pro

I have been a user of NoteTab Pro for many years now. There is a small charge of $30  for the Pro and $20 for the Standard version but you can use the Lite version for free, but this has many of the useful features missing.

It has clip libraries" that provide HTML and CSS tags and templatesI wrote my wife's Fascinating Fungi Ceramic Models web site using this editor a few years back

CoffeeCup HTML Editor

There is a free version and one for $49. I have downloaded both and considering the latter to see if it has enough advantage to make it worthwhile.

If I decide to keep only the free version then some of the options only available in the none-free version can be achieved with the following two free offerings.

This is a file utility, synchroniser etc but also performs excellently as an FTP tool. I have used this utility for many years in all Microsoft versions from Windows 95 to Windows 7.

CoffeeCup provides FT facility but for moving large number of files this is better.

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