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Originally posted by Megaman X That's the spirit Stick with a text editor and www.htmlgoodies.com. Later you can change to a fancy editor, but it's good to have a background with html, in the case you need to fix something into the code .
You not really need a preview function either. I usually code html like this:
In one of my desktops, I have only the browser, mozilla and the text editor (vim). As soon as I save the document, I switch to the browser, press f5 and I see how it looks like . It's so cool to code everything and have full control of what you doing . I love coding
I still think I could save about 45ms of time by pressing F6 once, instead of switching desktops