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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Nope, just the box standard Notepad. It does exactly what I need it to.
    oh dear... I feel for you. can you even code without syntax highlighting? I sure don't!

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    If I coded .PSDs to XHTML/CSS, I'd probably use something like Notepad++ but as I don't, Notepad works fine for me.

    Even if a lot of code editing is needed, I can work fine without syntax highlighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    If I coded .PSDs to XHTML/CSS, I'd probably use something like Notepad++ but as I don't, Notepad works fine for me.

    Even if a lot of code editing is needed, I can work fine without syntax highlighting.
    hehe, if it works for you it's fine. I wouldnt get through a piece code without it

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    Wow, that is awesome that you code in notepad. I don't know what I would do without dreamweaver

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    I use dreamweaver and its awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    If I coded .PSDs to XHTML/CSS, I'd probably use something like Notepad++ but as I don't, Notepad works fine for me.

    Even if a lot of code editing is needed, I can work fine without syntax highlighting.
    this is really something.. using notepad

    for me.. i really need Dreamweaver to code.. no highlighting means confused TT

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    Of course microsoft frontpage is the most easy WYSIWYG software. I learn how to access since junior high school and my first website making project is using it (but of course i'm learning HTML also). But i'm agree that dreamweaver is more rich in feature.

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    I prefer to use Notepad++ than Dreamweaver or another WYSIWYG programs. Because I habitually always using keyboard to type a bunch of codes than mouse to scratch the design. I have no skill on designing. lol

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    I did use Dreamweaver in the past,but want to learn xhtml/css now,so its Notepad++ for me

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    I'm using notepad as well. There isn't much to html and css that you would need a WYSIWYG software like frontpage or dreamweaver.

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