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I am new to Macs. I know HTML/CSS and have maintained a Website using Windows and an HTML editor called "HomeSite". Is there a comparable editor available for use with a Mac? Thanks you.

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I second TextWrangler.

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Along the lines of what it sound like you are looking for and with what is being suggested I would say give Kompozer (freeware) a try
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I vote BBedit
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Along the lines of what it sound like you are looking for and with what is being suggested I would say give Kompozer (freeware) a try
Kompozr is really buggy. BBEdit or Textwrangler.
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Don't know "HomeSite" but TextWrangler is great, also Coda by Panic is very pleasant to use...
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Textwrangler is great but if you are looking for something a bit more powerful Coda is a great choice.
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I will add yet one more vote for TextWrangler. I've used it along with my limited knowledge of CSS, HTML, and PHP.
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