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Kropotkin 02-21-2006 06:11 PM

gedit, with HTML, CSS syntax highlighting. It is't even a choice :(

hoernerfranz 02-22-2006 12:54 AM

quanta - still the best w.reg. to php support - which else offers integrated php-debugger (gubed) ?

Khepri 02-22-2006 06:32 PM

I really want to say gvim...

I'll say NVU..making strides with Linspire(?) behind it now...it was drowning as Mozilla Composer...

berkes 02-24-2006 02:16 AM

Quanta+
 
or kate, for the quickies.

brockers 02-28-2006 09:16 AM

Bluefish is worthless as a project editor and NVU is just too buggy. Quanta would run this category over if it wasn't for its memory usage. Overall though Quanta wins out.

Bobby

Satissh Srinivasan 02-28-2006 05:38 PM

Nvu anyday, bluefish is good for coding, while IMHO emacs itself is a pretty good editor.

Jaqui 03-01-2006 06:24 PM

joe or pico almost always for me.
screem if I'm using a gui editor.

I won't install bluefish, it requires libsmbclient and I have no use for microsoft connectivity.
[ same reason I won't install gnome. ]

I always code for the site to validate with the xhtml 1.x STRICT DTD and the formatting validates with the css2 validator. [ both from W3C ]


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