HTML Editors

Posted on 2011-10-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
For years I have used Macromedia (Adobe) HomeSite as an HTML editor.

I'm looking for something similar.

I found CoffeeCup, but it requires me to restructure the directories I use to manage web projects. Other than that, it looks pretty good.

I'm looking for a recommendation of something current that is similar to HomeSite.

Question by:Richard Korts
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    Check out the following alternatives (they're all either open source or have a free version available):


    Aptana may be a bit overkill, but it's great for the professional.

    Personally, for the quick HTML editing, I use (if not still HomeSite+) the following two editors:
    Phase 5:
    AlphaCode Studio:
    but unfortunately, both do not offer an international version, but are only available in German.

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    by:Richard Korts
    Look like Html Kit is just what I need.

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