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Re: What Software Is Better Than Dreamweaver 8 ?

Today on the web,the look and feel of websites on the web is really challenging for webmasters in that we have to know about virtually all the good web designing softwares to make things easier for ourselfs,

but so far has there been any software better than dreamweaver 8?

mean while i have a problem in creating sitemap which i was told dreamweaver cant do is there any suggestion on how to do it?    [flash=200,200][/flash]

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In the first post, you did not mention IDE,

Dreamweaver = Software/application

Notepad = application

No specification as to IDE.

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not trynna mod this place but this is off-topic and misleading.

i really do hope u are no telling us to push aside the integrated develpment environments (IDEs) for notepad?

let me go offtopic a lil' here and take u up on ur words.

notepad rockz?

whatever happened to other pads like notepad++ ?

if u're of the notion that hardcoding is professional, u're wrong.

how on earth will ur notepad theory support RAD.

then again, i would take it tht due to preference (and level of exposure), notepad rockz for u. but lets not make it look like its an answer to the topic of the thread.

Cheers.

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I was only pointing to cactus that his post was offtopic. Better IDEs, not taking us back to Notepad. Since the poster would definitely have a text editor of some sort on his computer

Dude, this thread is about the IDE. . . not about Cactus can code in Notepad. OK?

plus color coding might not necessarily improve your proficiency. but it definetely improves your efficiency.

if it didnt, companies wont be in the IDE business.

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I use an opensource called nvu and for graphics design I use inkscape well recommended

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i don't understand what the heck you guys are yarning here, what software is beta out there, not what colour code or notepad or whatever

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If you code your web application with php, try using phpdesigner. Take it from me its better than dreamweaver.

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A very good friend of mine has a wonderful online tool for creating site maps.

check it here:

http://www.writemaps.com/

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Majority of the time that I use dreamweaver, I am working on the code view. So I could as well say notepad rocks just as much if you work most of the time typing up the code.

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no offense gibby but I think in the time it is taking you to wait for a response, you could be on your way to manually creating 3 or 4 of the same sitemaps.

Even if you were too lazy to do it yourself or have say, 1,000 pages, there are tools online that can generate the site maps for you. Besides, if your concern is SEO, you don't even have to create a sitemap technically - go to xml-sitemaps.com, generate an xml sitemap, then go to google sitemaps, register your site and upload your xml sitemap, follow directions so that google can find the sitemap and bingo! you are good to go.

I hope this helps.

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