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  • ABLady
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    Be careful with dreamweaver... Because if you don't specify in dreamweaver's preferences, it can change codes without warning.

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  • BlueFlame
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    TextPad

    has a line counter

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  • Zachery
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    notepad is good

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  • Mirical Bernd
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    How about Homesite? That's my all-time favorit

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  • corsacrazy
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    i use front page

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  • Yorick
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    I use Textpad myself. It's free and about a million times better than notepad. Definitely worth at least checking out - http://www.textpad.com/

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  • jeskel
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    thanx trackpads for the infos!

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  • trackpads
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    Very true, very true. I also sometimes use Frontpage (displays inline images where Dreamweaver wont) but my all time favorite file editor is CuteFTP Pro, very nice when working with hacks etc.

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  • jeskel
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    yeah that's what I am doing right now a bit annoying though

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  • trackpads
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    I use dreamweaver but most of the time I just 'notepad' it and then preview on the site ;-)

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  • jeskel
    started a topic Which editing tool should I use to edit templates?

    Which editing tool should I use to edit templates?

    Hi,
    I think the title is kind of self-explanatory. I am an ASP guy so with the editing tools that I am using I'm now used to the feature where you can code and then preview how it will look like just by one click... Is there something like that you could recommend to edit the vB templates? thanx a lot.
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