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    I've started learning xhtml at uni. We are not allow to use programs like dreamweaver etc . so we have to hard code it. can anyone suggest any good xhmtl editors for this. tried j edit but its not very good for it.


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    For hand-coding, I just use TextEdit. Works the best for me. :black:
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    I like BBEdit and TextMate

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    TextMate is one of the best. However it is not free.

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    You could go old school Unix and use Vim (my editor of choice), although textmate and smultron are lovely.

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    He didn't say free.. otherwise yeah I wouldn't have said BBEdit or TextMate

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