Any one using Gimp here.
I don't do design but my brother is learning photoshop but has alraedy learned gimp and he says gimp is way coll then photoshop
anantshri (12 May, 2010)
I use mainly Inkscape since scalable vector graphics (SVG) are just a lot more flexible. I use GIMP, and for now on a Mac Seashore (which is based on an older version of GIMP) to sometimes cut up and export the raw stuff made in Inkscape.
For CSS I use gedit or kate on Ubuntu. On a Mac Smultron looks like a decent free code editor, but Coda definitely seems best, but it costs $99 USD.
PhotoShop etc:But you are not permitted to create non-academic sites right?but because of school I can get it for half the price
This is why it annoys me so much to see people promoting PhotoShop on forums where most people are looking to make money online and not wanting to purchase the commercial version of this software.
The Gimp is a free product that aims to implement the PhotoShop features I believe but I use HTML Kit, NotePad++, PaintShop Pro (which I paid for), and Paint dot net. So I won't go to jail later.
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