I always use Dreamweaver it is good for web designing. And easy in handling.
If you like CMS - Joomla is a perfect solution to build website. Joomla is one of the leading content management systems in the world. Why?
The answer is very simple. Because:
- provide good service
- awesome design
- premium quality
- easy to use and many others.
Try it to yourself.
Evgeniy Real Estate Joomla
Word press,Photoshop, Dream viewer and Corel Draw are nice web developer but in my opinion word press is the best.
The price of freedom is eternal vigilence
In my eyes the Best Web Desing Editor is Notepad++
Notepad++ is a free (as in "free speech" and also as in "free beer") source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages. Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL License.
Based on the powerful editing component Scintilla, Notepad++ is written in C++ and uses pure Win32 API and STL which ensures a higher execution speed and smaller program size. By optimizing as many routines as possible without losing user friendliness, Notepad++ is trying to reduce the world carbon dioxide emissions. When using less CPU power, the PC can throttle down and reduce power consumption, resulting in a greener environment.
Now Why won't You use it. I do not trust Applications such as Adobe DreamWeaver and prefer to type the HTML/ HTML5, CSS/ CSS3, Java/Applat/Script/Whatever...
And to those that say that it is not sooo good here is the latest Version released:
Project Manager is one of the most wanted features. The implementation of this feature was longer then I thought, that explains the delay of this release. Even though I'm quite satisfied the result, this feature still needs a lot of enhancements. However, here is the first draft included in version 5.9.4.
I try to make project panel interface user friendly, so the creation/modification of project should be quite intuitive. The tutorial of project manager will be done (hopefully) on
Project Management |
v5.9.4 new features and fixed bugs:
Add 3 Project Panels for the management of projects
Doc Switcher can be sorted now.
Fix crash issue while printing for some printers.
Fix ANSI version Clipboard history entries display bug.
Fix wrong display of tab number setting dialog in Lang Menu/Tab settings of Preferences dialog.
The release candidate contains only zip package (both ANSI and Unicode). 5.9.4 release (full packages) will be provided in 1 week if there's no critical issue found in this release candidate.
What more do you have to complain about
always, been using Dreamweaver since when i was in college until now
For properly developing a site I prefer to use more than just a text editor. My first answer was just a joke reply to the spammer who originally started the thread. (post now removed) ..
I really don't like the plain old notepad much because it totally sucks to be honest and you probably shouldn't use it for coding anything.
I usually use Dreamweaver ( yes only the code view ) for general site coding, ( sometimes I'll use notepad++ or textpad, since they are especially handy for reading / editing large files like server logs etc too )
Lately I've been using PHP Storm a lot as it has some very nice features.
PHPed is another nice app and NetBeans is good as a free alternative.
Also Photoshop for graphics, Filezilla for FTP, Putty for SSH, Firefox(& addons)....
What else do you you guys use to develop your own websites besides a code editor ?
I actually use both Windows and Mac for the whole process nowadays. I use Smultron on the Mac for HTML/CSS/PHP editing, and free CyberDuck for FTP/SFTP. I usually write in TextEdit and then copy paste to WordPress editor where I add formatting, though I might start using CleanWriter for distraction-free full-screen writing.
For graphics work I use Inkscape and GIMP on Windows. In case I want to transfer some files directly from Windows to a site I use WinSCP.
Best website developing software are: