How much better than this could it get?
None of the disadvantages of WYSIWYG, and I get very helpfull tools and display options!
Be sure to scroll all the way to the right so as to view the whole image...
This is quanta running on SuSE linux, by the way.
I asert that this is THE best way to build a website. (refering to the method, not the example in the picture.)
Yes, the time is correct and set to my timezone.
Well, it may be... But since I use GNOME, I stick with Bluefish Editor.
When I do HTML this way, I feel like programming, and that feels good, but I have to preview the page many times to see if the page is going as I desired...
I rarely use Text Editors to edit HTML code! Now I use DreamWeave to design some website and Adobe PhotoShop, Illus to design some pictures or images!
If we have any chance, we can learn and do something more professional, I think!
I LOVE quanta, its absolutley wonderful. It just makes life simpler.
I don't use IDE's to create html pages, im acutally faster without it. Plus, its MUCH neater to make it by hand. You also then actually know whats going on, unlike in Dreamweaver or VS.NET. if you do use an IDE though, PLEASE don't use Visual Studio.NET It's TERRIBLE for it, really bad. lol
Zend is also pretty neat... it takes a bit of getting used to and for most people they start it up look at all the features and close it :p but you just gotta learn to switch off the ones you dont want.
I love using alternatively Quanta and VIM !
You also have highlighted code feature with VIM which is very very useful !
I don't know Quanta editor... I use Bluefish and I'm very satisfied. =)
ultra edit and nvu are the best, sorry.
i really think there is no "best"
its a matter of personal opinion, i know lots of people who absolutely hate GUI based tools and will jsut get by with notepad or vi alone.
i personally am impressed with the way nvu is shaping up...
Wow, you dug up this old topic?
You're lucky the image was still there.
Did you notice the original post date? Jan 25.
haha, notepad for me. dreamwerver too, but that's only to format and make my code look neat...heck, i even do imagemaps with ms paint loll
i use dreamweawer it my fav program realy nice to create HTML
ahh Quanta ..looks cool ... i think i must give it a try
thanks for the info buddy
I'll stick with Dreamweaver. It's much easier to use then raw html editors and, when used correctly, will produce a much better outcome then any raw html editor.
Thank you, izcool, for using the revolutionary thing called a thumbnail.
Umm a raw editor like notepad is ofcourse the best way to go. Software like Dreamweaver is great as it provides certain help tools but to become a real professional fast there is no other way than a raw editor. I dont like the way that Quantra lays things out it does make it a hell of alot easier. But html is quite basic people need to move on from raw html and into more flexible CSS .
I cant say I´m very good at making websites, but I kind of like typing the code myself
Sadly the result might also be seen on my new homepage (if it ever gets "handled")
My design usually isn´t award winning, shockingly beutiful and technicly advanced. As a matter of fact it´s very basic. But that´s all I need.
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|Umm a raw editor like notepad is ofcourse the best way to go. Software like Dreamweaver is great as it provides certain help tools but to become a real professional fast there is no other way than a raw editor. I dont like the way that Quantra lays things out it does make it a hell of alot easier. But html is quite basic people need to move on from raw html and into more flexible CSS . |
Um. I know people in the business and real professionals use Dreamweaver to design their sites layout and then switch it to the code view to optimize it. What you're saying is like saying that real professionals use assembly to code their programs and C code with occasional assembly are for ameturs.
i've been recently going hardcore and just using nano. anyone else use nano?