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Discussion in 'Webmaster Tutorials' started by Tomar, Jan 16, 2007.
Please tell me about css editor
which is the best one and which one is also free?
What u use?
TopStyle was a relatively popular CSS editor. These days it looks like it's billed more as a HTML and CSS editor. I haven't used it in ages, but I recall it being rather full featured.
Im maybe old school, but to edit CSS i use Notepad++ lol
I use NotePad++ but if I had the spare cash, I would purchase sublime.
Though I still use Notepad++, I have a different technique. I use Firefox with web-developer toolbar add on which allows me to edit CSS in the Browser. So normally, today, I write most of my CSS on it and then copy paste on the Notepad++ to save as the CSS file.
I have used Notepad++ and I also use Sublime Text 2 now, which is my favourite at the moment, I am just very comfortable with it and its sleekness gives it edge over notepad++.
I use Sublime and I think you should too! It colors each and everything and makes it REALLY REALLY clean when you code. Using notepad or notepad ++ is just too messy! Every pro web designer or coder uses Sublime text so you should too!
qaximor, Notepad++ has syntax highlighting and allows you to collapse sections (functions and divs) so it is definitely not messy. The only real difference between NotePad++ and sublime is that sublime works on Windows, Mac and linux, and allows for multiple selections, whereas Notepad++ works only on Windows.
+1 ^^ it is right, and if you use it, you'll get to know the difference and actually feel the difference, Sublime gives just far better and superior feel to it than notepad++, everyone should definitely try and see for themselves.
You guys are right I made a mistake. I didn't use Notepad ++ a lot because of how it looks. Comparing it to sublime I preferred sublime because of how it looks grey simple and nice. That's why I went for sublime AND sublime for me is perfect.
You guys do realize you can change the color scheme of notepad++, right?
This one looks almost exactly like Sublime: http://waher.net/archives/1013