I recently bought my first Macbook after an unfortunate incident involving a glass of water and my previous windows-based laptop!
It has taken me awhile to find replacement/Mac edition programs for things that I used to be able to do on Windows and I am now looking for one more thing.
Whilst I do not do that much website design anymore, it would be useful to have some sort of website editor that has both a code editor that makes things easier than just a simple wordpad and a basic visual editor - one that will do the basic stuff for me, images, links, moving a few things around on existing web pages so I don't need to spend hours fiddling with code.
I would prefer it to be open-source if at all possible, but if not I am happy to buy something, but I am not going to the expense of buying Dreamweaver or anything similarly heavy-duty.
Does anyone have any recommendations - they would be much appreciated!
If you want an all-around system, I would go with Coda ($99). It has text editor, ftp, css, and terminal all rolled into one and it really cuts down on the process of maintaining separate programs for all.
Rapidweaver is also a good development tool, though I prefer to code by hand.
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