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Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by gadgetgirl85, Jul 31, 2006.
Are there any? I used to use coffee cup and frontpage for awhile. Are there any good ones for mac?
Text Edit Of Course. Just Kidding. Try NVU.
Edit: Or RapidWeaver Public Beta
Thank you I will give this one a go
Seems like I'm just running into all your threads. When is your Mac Mini suppost to come?
It WAS supposed to come yesterday however the silly truck driver didnt put the min in his van and only delivered my mac protection plan! Was so upset Meant to come in the next few hours
Consider Taco HTML Edit
If you want a solid editor with context-highlighting and do not require WYSIWYG, consider TacoHTML Edit (www.tacosw.com).
I have used for over a year now and am actually quite pleased with it.
Best of all; it's free !
I personally useTextWrangler but I also know someone who swears by Tex-Edit. No the program name is not a typo, just a bad pun, but the program is really good.
Smultron, no question.
I just downloaded the latest version last night. I look forward to trying it out. The earlier versions didn't impress me much, but this version shows a lot of promise.
I give another vote for Taco. Its so simple and runs fast.
Taco or TextWrangler. Both solid and free
If you like hand coding, there's the free version of SubEthaEdit.
Which one would be closest to Frontpage? I need a WYSWIG I think
If you want WYSIWYG, you might try iWeb.
I use 'vi'.
I suspect you wouldn't enjoy the experience though
Wow I didn't realise there was already a HTML editor on the mac. Well there you go I'm learning every day
You're kidding right?
In the late 90' nearly 50 percent of web designers were BBEdit users. BBEdit of course is a mac application. Thanks John
Well iLife does come bundled with every new Mac.
If you know HTML - I'd say: TextWrangler or Smultron
If you want WYSIWYG - NVU is ok; TacoEdit is ok; uh... you could try an online editor. Not very many good ones out there, YET.
I recommended it to someone else, but I have been using Aptana for a while. It is a great dreamweaver alternative. I just recommended it on another thread as well. It even has screen casts on how to use it and is updated frequently.
I recently got acquainted with Sandvox by Karelia Software. It looks promising.
The Pro version ($79), at least, has advanced features that iWeb is sorely lacking, like "the ability to manage raw HTML in several contexts: as pages and pagelets, custom HEAD elements, file preludes [for setting cookies, security sessions, PHP scripts], plus the ability to view and validate the HTML source for your elements.)"
I use Taco HTML Edit
May I ask where I can download Taco HTML editor from?
Yup, NVU for sure.