[Wolves] Apologies

Chris Ball chris at mnemonik.net
Fri Jul 8 10:47:08 BST 2005

Quoting Peter Evans <zen8486 at zen.co.uk>:

> I'm about to swear, so all those of a nervous disposition look away now...
> I'm looking for a decent HTML editor for Windows (there I said I'd be
> swearing).  It's not for me, it's for a fried (that old excuse, wink, wink)
> so I don't know if he's just after an editor or something more advanced.  Any
> suggestions for good ones (or warnings about the bad ones) would be
> appreciated.


Html-kit is free for windows, and has plug-ins to make it as big or as 
small as
you want. It also has plugins and markup for CSS, PHP, ASP, SQL and 

I use it on Windows, and I think it's the best 'html' editor I've ever played
with. It does a neat trick (with temporary files) that means you can work from
the  FTP server, and when you save the file it's uploaded again, rather than
you having to save and upload it yourself.

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