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#72401 05/29/2001 3:55 PM
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Which is it?
I make my own..

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#72402 05/29/2001 4:20 PM
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smile Really depends on what the boss at the time wants me to use.


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#72403 05/29/2001 4:32 PM
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i obviously write my own code! smile

#72404 05/29/2001 4:47 PM
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Notepade.exe/vi/pico
Depends what OS i'm on at the time...

[ May 29, 2001 05:49 PM: Message edited by: The Prohacker ]

#72405 05/29/2001 7:06 PM
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Im one of the only ones who do their own

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#72406 05/29/2001 8:02 PM
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I prefer Hotdog or TextPad but also will use Dreamweaver from time to time.

#72407 05/29/2001 8:22 PM
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Notepad! laugh

#72408 05/29/2001 8:33 PM
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I may be the only one on the planet that likes it.

#72409 05/29/2001 11:30 PM
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www.multiedit.com does it all. Asm, Javascript, Perl, html, C, yada yada yada


"Waffles are nothing more than a vehicle for butter and syrup" - Dr. Clayton Forrester
#72410 05/30/2001 2:00 AM
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UltraEdit, very powerful.

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#72411 05/30/2001 2:32 AM
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you missed off Adobe Golive. more common than FP in a professional environment. Golive and Dreamweaver are the only reasonable ones. Do all of mine in noted of course laugh

Just a thought smile

#72412 05/30/2001 2:32 AM
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I type Like navaho
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chalk and magic markers


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#72413 05/30/2001 3:21 AM
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UltraEdit, thank you.


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#72414 05/30/2001 3:56 AM
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dreamweaver // ultradev rocks

(and has a nifty build in texteditor)

greetz

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#72415 05/30/2001 9:49 AM
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Use Frontpage for GUI, UltraEdit for speed. Notepad sometimes.

Pico on UNIX smile

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#72416 05/30/2001 1:18 PM
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PFE or Wordpad (if doing a lot of text)

#72417 05/31/2001 3:14 AM
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When I do, Notepad suits me fine.. smile

#72418 05/31/2001 10:33 AM
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Web based html creator, eaasy

#72419 05/31/2001 8:56 PM
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Who ever uses a html editor?


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#72420 06/01/2001 12:17 AM
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Started on notepad, went to PFE, lately using Ultraedit32.

I hates WYSIWYGs to pieces since they never do what I want and I always end up fixing the mess they make when I try to use them. On top of that some are optimized for MS, some for IE. None of them work perfectly for all.


Picture perfect penmanship here.
#72421 06/01/2001 4:30 AM
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Notepad

#72422 06/01/2001 7:07 AM
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I use "vi" and "emacs"

#72423 06/01/2001 7:36 AM
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nav, you should try ' noted '. half the fat of regular editors, and tastes great! laugh

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#72424 06/01/2001 7:44 AM
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hehe. yes, noted does rule.

#72425 06/01/2001 9:19 AM
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I second that, Cal you rock! Thanks again smile


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#72426 06/01/2001 9:23 AM
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WYSIWYG editors stink.

#72427 06/01/2001 11:40 AM
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i make mine the real way.


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#72428 06/01/2001 3:13 PM
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ahhh, the real way... you're obviously talking about hand-rolling the dough, chopping your own garden-fresh vegetables, and making your sauce from scratch. hmm, maybe that's the real way to make a pizza. laugh

but seriously, there is no "real way" to make web pages. writing it by hand is just as "real" as using a wysiwyg editor, is it not? it all depends on what you're trained to use. but saying that using a wysiwyg editor isn't the "real" way is just ignorant.

#72429 06/01/2001 3:32 PM
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I use Adobe GoLive 5

#72430 06/01/2001 7:42 PM
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mmmmm

#72431 06/02/2001 12:52 AM
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Hey I do make my own!

#72432 06/02/2001 3:37 PM
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Hmm, noted is kinda neat. Thanks cal! smile


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#72433 06/03/2001 9:23 AM
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Hey, i make my own HTML! laugh

#72434 06/04/2001 6:13 AM
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another kwality cal product!

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#72435 06/05/2001 12:19 AM
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Nice little piece of software you got there cal. smile

#72436 06/07/2001 10:36 AM
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I'm with CC on this; I write it by hand using UltraEdit .

#72437 06/07/2001 2:16 PM
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i find it pretty funny that most of the people's pages who said they write their own html don't even validate. so i guess that just because you do it by hand, it doesn't mean you're any good at it. laugh

#72438 06/14/2001 9:20 AM
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#72439 06/14/2001 9:57 AM
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Frontpage, and manual edits with UltraEdit.

Anyone that says they do it the "real way" are funny. If you worked on a computer the "real way" you wouldn't have a GUI of any sort.

I guess "real way" in that sense means the "first way" and usually the most difficult. I use what gets the job done. smile

#72440 06/14/2001 10:43 AM
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EditPad laugh

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