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    ABW Ambassador HumbleFish's Avatar
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    I think I found the best "Free" HTML Editor on the planet- PHP & MySQL Tags; Plugins
    Hi All,

    I was looking for a HTML Editor that had support for PHP (since I'm trying to learn PHP) and out of all the ones that I checked out this one seems to be the best so I thought I'd share ... It's called HTML-Kit and I am very impressed... It don't mess with Your code either. You can find it here at:

    http://www.chami.com/html-kit/

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    Right now, I'm quite enamored with DEV-PHP IDE (http://devphp.sourceforge.net/) - colors HTML, PHP, and JavaScript source; internal server extension available so you can test parsed pages without having to upload to your server or mess with getting apache+php installed and configured on your desktop system; GPL license..

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    Thanks FFoc,

    I knew that was going to happen; I knew someone was going to put up something better... Cool!... I started downloading the "FullPackage with php(12MB)", is that what I should get or should I get the Alpha release?

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    Does either of these have a feature to store snippets? That is the biggest draw for me for DreamWeaver MX. I simply have TOOO many snippets to not have them stored somewhere.
    Recycled Talent - Architects of custom scripts and snippets, perfectly written to suit any need. We stay on top of the latest technology so you don't have to.
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    Hi cditty, not sure?

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    When I get home (I'm out right now) I'll look into snippets with Dev-PHP. I know it's got a class/function browser, so you could fill up a file with various classes and functions if you'd like (yes, I know what you mean, and I know this isn't it)..

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    ABW Ambassador HumbleFish's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FFoc
    you can test parsed pages without having to upload to your server or mess with getting apache+php installed and configured on your desktop system; GPL license..
    How do You get this feature to work, I keep getting a parsing error or something like that (I tried something and now the errors in German?).

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    I found this link of "Free PHP Editors" after reading my PHP book a little and I thought I should post it for Ye-All'... Here it is: http://www.php-editors.com/result.php .

    FFoc,

    I went to the PHPDev forum and did this:
    By: Urs Mder - ursmaeder
    RE: parser not found
    2005-04-15 10:52
    you need a php-installation. the field php-cgi.exe must point to the same named file. same procedure with php.ini.
    if you download the Dev-PHP 2.00 Full Package you have a php version 5.0.3 in it. you can then pick the right files (php-cgi.exe/php.ini) in the installationfolder/php and then you can preview your php-files.

    Mozilla Control is set with the button install mozilla.
    But it still give me errors; any ideas?

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    ABW Ambassador HumbleFish's Avatar
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    Woops!, that didn't work; try this link at http://www.php-editors.com/ and after You get there use the "Editors Search" in the middle-right of page to find what You need.

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    Dunno, I have a full development webserver under my desk, so I test on it, and only downloaded the base version myself.

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    Hmmm?... Well, I think I'm going to have to let PHPDev go; it just doesn't like me or something... I traded it in for this one here at: http://www.php-editors.com/review/?editor=98 ... I can get this one to do PHP previews and it has some great reviews: some people are saying it's better than DreamWeaver.

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    Unfortunately, DevPHP does not.

    I think HAPedit is the one you want - SQL console, built-in PHP mangler, source code control (think cvs), asp/php/html/javascript/css syntax highlighting, clipbook (for your snippets), freeware...... etc, etc. Go read the homepage!

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    ABW Ambassador HumbleFish's Avatar
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    Thanks FFoc,

    I'll check it out.

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    I use free HTML/PHP editor - Codelobster PHP Edition.
    It is the best editor for me that i know.

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    Clod:
    Please don't bump 2005 threads > TY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merchant Consultant Team
    Clod:
    Please don't bump 2005 threads > TY
    I thought it was being disrespectful calling you a clod until I saw that was your name.


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    That clod is now banned. Spammers are just plain lazy sometimes, never switching up their nicknames when they spam various forums.

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    help me out here, lest I commit the same offense. Is it a 'bump' to comment on a really old post? Any other etiquette issues to be aware of, besides whats in the rules post?

    - Dave

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