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Topic # 12139 1-Mar-2007 11:22
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Hi there all.
I need to find a free HTML Editor that is really easy to use as I know nothing about HTML editing at all cept I know it can be done.
Any suggestion would be great

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  Reply # 62412 1-Mar-2007 11:31
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I'm using EditPlus 2, it's a shareware, but you can use it for non-commercial. It's just "nag" with a reminder that you can get support if you pay for it, when you start up.

The other one is Textpad, also a "nag" shareware.

Just Google for the Free HTML editor, I think it will give you a few idea.




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  Reply # 62429 1-Mar-2007 13:00
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Nvu, based on Gecko rendering engine and is Dreamweaver-like.




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  Reply # 62452 1-Mar-2007 15:09
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I also recommend NVU for starting out.

Either that or 'vi' 'vim' or 'notepad' (tongue firmly in cheek)







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Reply # 62466 1-Mar-2007 17:46
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NVU looks pretty good. I might convert..

At the moment Editplus and vim are my left and right brain.




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