[ic] HTML editor
Wed, 21 Mar 2001 07:40:12 -0700
I use NoteTab when on Windows and Emacs when on Linux. Those are the
best editors I have found.
John Beima wrote:
> If you are a REAL web developer, you should use vi, vim, gvim, pico, notepad, or
> just plain old MS-DOS edit.
> Frontpage is for people who know nothing. No professional in his right mind
> would be caught dead using FrontPage. God the hours I have spent cleaning up the
> crappy useless code it produces.
> Here is a simple answer real professional web authors write their own code. Just
> like real programmers. Are you a professional or not? God I always love this
> one! (-: FrontPage YUCK!
> John Beima
> Quoting "F. James Rohlf" <email@example.com>:
> > Editing the Interchange catalog files seems a bit awkward because the
> > various files (pages, special_pages, and normal HTML files) get swapped
> > in
> > and out dynamically by Interchange. Which HTML editors work best in this
> > environment? Obviously, MS FrontPage which I have used for 'normal' web
> > pages does not work so well here -- even if I could figure out how to
> > get
> > the FrontPage extensions installed.
> > Thanks, Jim
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