>>From: "rudy" <rudy937 at rogers.com> >> Customers should be able to see that you can afford top-notch >> software like Dreamweaver or Flash, and that you have achieved >> the correct certification, which proves you are a real web-developer. >richard, you have got to be kidding >> Your best bet is to stick with well-known companies, then you can >> put their logos on your website, which always makes a good impression. >yeah, you're kidding.... right? Guys, I am so sorry - I let my English sense of humor get the better of me, and took the bait offered by Nick. I understand now that in this multi-cultural and multi-lingual forum, some people might have missed the irony in my little joke. Just for the record, I only use code-genie editor from http://www.code-genie.com/ . It's free, and it's the best windows texteditor I've used so far. It's fully scriptable, and the settings are in text-files, instead of long menus. Cheers, Richard.