[Wolves] OT - Best html editor (paid and free)

Kris Douglas krisdouglas at gmail.com
Tue Dec 17 15:15:48 UTC 2013

On 17 December 2013 15:04, Wayne <waynelists at machx.co.uk> wrote:

>  On 17/12/2013 14:37, Kris Douglas wrote:
>> Every web developer I know writes the HTML and CSS in a text editor.
>  There aren't aren't many "good" ones out there for this reason, it's
> very easy to put together a site in CSS and HTML which doesn't tax you too
> much.
>  It's worth having a look at the W3Schools website, it teaches a good
> working knowledge of CSS and it really doesn't take long to learn.
>  Have a look at Twitter-Bootstrap if you want a quick framework to work
> with.
>  --
> Kris Douglas MBCS
>  I have always written pages in notepad, but there are a couple of bits
> that are just beyond me - need to do a rotating image gallery at the mo,
> and the company
>  work for are willing to pay for software - so I thought there might be
> something out there that took away all the grief of line by line coding ;-)

For something like that, I doubt a WYSIWYG will do much to help you, your
best bet is possibly looking at something that already exists and tailoring
it to your requirements.

Kris Douglas MBCS
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