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Hi,

I need a free  Gui  designer tool . I want to  open a  HTML  file and then  I want to modify and adjust html table column width visually in it.

Can you please suggest any free lightweight tool ?

OS: windows 7
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notepad ++
Totally Free

http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

can modify SEVERAL languages including HTML
CSS
 Javascript
great for web deisgn
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oh for HTML TABLES....

Visual Studio Express 2012

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34673
:)
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KompoZer is free AND open source.  It does everything you need, and is built on the same foundation as Firefox.

Download the portable version here:
http://portableapps.com/apps/development/nvu_portable
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>>>Visual Studio Express 2012

its  bulky.  It has C#, Visual Basic, and C++  which I  dont require also.

>>>KompoZer is free AND open source.

I'll check this out.  but they say "KompoZer is no longer developed or supported".
is it true  ?  or  they have renamed to something else ?


any  other such tools ( lightweight) to checkout ?
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by:cofactor
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update:

I have checked KompoZer .    KompoZer  is not good.   not a good user experience.


anything else ?

any trial  version tool.

I don't  want   high size dreamweaver .    If  there is any small size trial ware , please tell.
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How about Netbeans? It is open source, which in my experience means its good.
https://netbeans.org/
I haven't tried it yet.
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Also, Komodo, which I have used. Some of the web programming language IDEs have a free simpler version like this one.
http://www.activestate.com/komodo-ide
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netbeans does not support UI designer  now....also does not feel good.  I used netbeans earlier. not happy with the design.


did not like Komodo IDE.

will download bluegriffon and post my feedback soon.
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