This topic has been raised a few times in the past..

Is there a way this can be "resourced" on the WSG site?



Nick Lo wrote:

jEdit:

http://www.jedit.org/

...and be sure to check out the recommended plugins in the jEdit Wiki:

http://community.jedit.org/cgi-bin/TWiki/view/Main/PluginsOverview

Nick

Greetings Every One!
After "1st Page 2000", I'm using "AceHTML 5 Pro" to build websites (info: http://www.visicommedia.com/). It is great for HTML and CSS developer, but not for a programmer who uses JavaScript and PHP.
... I'm getting tired of it :-(
What is your favorite XHTML Editor? (Please note that I'm not looking for WYSIWYG Editors)
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Thanks in advance,
Behzad
P.S.
If you have no time, just mention the program's name :-)


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