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View Poll Results: Web Development Editor of the Year
This one is a bit odd... Nvu/Kompozer are WYSIWYG editors where Bluefish and Scream are text editors aimed at web development. Personally, I've used Bluefish quite a bit but ultimately had to setup gedit for web development. With the file browser plugin, snippets plugin, and customized tag list plugins enabled, it does everything I need it to do that Bluefish was doing--only more stable and wtih asychronous remote file access.
I think Mozilla web composer is worth mentioning here.
It comes in quite handy as it is available with the mozilla package so we find it in all distros.
The same cannot be said about other web editors.
For obvious reason I cannot vote in this category, but despite/in spite of an earlier comment regarding laziness, AND despite the fact that I no longer use Windblowzzz heXed P, I would vote for Dreamweaver Studio-8. It kicks the crap out of anything else in this category IMO, for it's sheer ability and power. I will spare you the gory details..
Sure, a half-decent text editor is all ya need (if trapped, let's say, on a desert island and absolutely HAD to write a shell-script or some HTML or something similar) but if you want to be time-efficient AND learn stuff, and code in something like PHP for example, DW8 is *it*