[thelist] Free Easy Web Page Editor

Barney Carroll barney.carroll at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 12:12:13 CDT 2009

Notepad++ is just a code editor, so you'd want to use a separate FTP client
— I personally like WinSCP best [http://winscp.net] — it has full filesystem
drag & drop integration and remote editing functionality so if you tell it
to use Notepad++ as the default editor, you're sorted.

If you want something more elaborate with built-in FTP, project files,
templates, snippets, history comparison and single-click library
integration, I'd recommend NetBeansPHP [http://netbeans.org].

Barney Carroll
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2009/6/12 Sarah Adams <sarahwbs at gmail.com>

> > Notepad++[1] has good HTML support. WYSIWYG editors do *not* create web
> > sites but car wrecks on the information superhighway.
> >
> > [1] http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm
> Can you tell me if it has built-in FTP?
> I've been using HTML-Kit for years and I love it, but it looks like if
> you want an update it's not free. Sometimes if I just need to make a
> really quick edit it's too slow to load, so I use PSPad. But I hear so
> many good things about Notepad++.
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