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    Question What do you create website in?

    What software do you use to create websites?

    I used frontpage way back and now it is Expression web.

    Although it is easier for me to come here and buy now days than build... I havwe been out of the coding scene for some time.


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    I just recently got into Drupal, as I have a serious lack of coding skill. It works for a few types of sites, and is relatively easy to configure, and get the database in order (with a little experience or google action).
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    DreamWeaver... I wonder if there is the same software in Mac... Hmmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by net View Post
    DreamWeaver... I wonder if there is the same software in Mac... Hmmm...
    Coda is a program that comes in mind for mac.

    I personally use notepad++ and code sites from scratch rather than using a program such as dreamweaver. More work, but you will learn the programming language you are using much faster
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    I used Winsyntax heavily for the past several years. However, I've been known to stoop to using FPX 2 (YES, Front Page Express 2.0) to setup table layouts or using it to visualize a page before programming.

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    Started with EditPlus. Some times i use DreamWeaver. Now mostly use Zend Studio as mostly do sites in PHP.

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    I use komodo edit for everything. I buy pre-made templates, slice them and code it in komodo edit as well.

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    Notepad++ and DreamWeaver.


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    I use coda and textmate on mac and notepad++ on win.
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    I use some CMSs for some of my sites, the others I just code with GVIM, a color coded text editor.

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    Notepad++ is what I use

    At work, I use Dreamweaver.

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    Aptana + CakePHP.

    I wish Aptana would support syntax highlighting for all CakePHP objects/methods/properties.

    Not quite Nirvana, but close.
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    Zend Studio/Notepad++ here - I like having control over the code, I could never use a generator like Dreamweaver, it's just terrible.

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    Bluefish Editor and Photoshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DH - Tristan Perry View Post
    Bluefish Editor and Photoshop.
    Bluefish is for linux ? Running Photoshop with wine ? Which version ?

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    Dreamweaver is quite good. There are free alternatives like BlueVoda but I find Dreamweaver to be quite good.
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    Always using Dreamweaver (Mac & Windows) and the rest of the Adobe programs (CS3)

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    Started with HotDog HTML then used good old Windows Notepad

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    I started with Microsoft FrontPage back in the 90s and it served me quite well. Nowadays I hire others for web development, and I just use NotePad to make edits.
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    I'm a simple notepad2 (windows) or vim (linux) guy myself. I do my web graphic works in Macromedia Fireworks and print graphics in Photoshop / Illustrator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cselzer View Post
    I use komodo edit for everything. I buy pre-made templates, slice them and code it in komodo edit as well.
    We started using Komodo Edit when it came out - awesome editor. What I like most about it is that its platform independent so we can run it on all our OS's.
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