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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by larryh10000, Jul 16, 2012.

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  1. larryh10000

    larryh10000 Thread Starter

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    Looking for a very good HTML editor program. Hopefully one that has some support for HTML5 and CSS. I value the opinions of this sites users, so just doing a search doesn't cut it for me. I would be willing to pay up to a couple hundred dollars for a really good editor.

    If your currently using one and have some time using it, I would sure appreciate hearing from you and the product your using.

    :)
     
  2. caraewilton

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    I use Webuilder. Supports html5 and css3. Supports a host of other languages too, including jscript and php. I like it! On another thread someone mentioned Aptana studio 3, which is also apparently very good.
     
  3. larryh10000

    larryh10000 Thread Starter

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    Does Apple browser support these products for their ipad etc?
     
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    What "products" are you referring to? Are you looking to develop web pages on an iPad (why?), or are you just creating web pages that can be viewed on the iPad's web browser?
     
  5. larryh10000

    larryh10000 Thread Starter

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    Just web pages that can be viewed on the ipads and Mac browsers?
     
  6. allnodcoms

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    Safari (the Mac / iPad / iPhone / iPod) browser is fully compatible (for the most part!) with HTML5 and CSS3. You should have no issues with code developed on any platform running on these devices.

    Throwing my opinions into the ring, I've been a web developer for a lot of years and have used Dreamweaver for all of them. Back then it was developed my a company called Macromedia (who were bought out by Adobe in 2005), and it's a very capable piece of kit. Pricey, but capable. On PC, WebMatrix, from Micro$oft, is a pretty nifty (and FREE!) option. It's the replacement for Frontpage, which a lot of the early web was built on. It has support for HTML5, CSS3, PHP, ASP.net and loads of other stuff, and at the price is well worth a look.
    I use Macs, but occasionally I have to slum it (;)) and when I do, Webmatrix is the 'go to' editor for me...

    Danny
     
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    It's a browser. It displays standard web pages. It's just a smaller screen. Maybe I don't get your question. You don't use special programs to write web pages for the iPad.
     
  8. CorDa616

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    I found coffeecup excellent for both CSS and HTML.
     
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