Best software for designing websites?

Discussion in 'HTML, CSS & JavaScript' started by aesthetiqclinic, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. dojo

    dojo Passionate admin

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    I use Komodo Edit. Pretty light and easy to use.
     
  2. overcast

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    Wix and Squarespace own your data though and it's like rented space.
     
  3. TrixieTang

    TrixieTang Politically Incorrect

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    MS Paint
     
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  4. Alex.

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    I'm a huge fan of Visual Studio Community or Visual Studio Code depending on your needs. I used to use some software called PhpDesigner which I didn't like much but it got the job done. I then moved onto PHPStorm, and stopped using their software after they changed their licensing model. I tried out VSC and found I really liked it. Stable, doesn't slow down, pretty customizable.
     
  5. overcast

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    I think Visual Studio is too bloated. So for simple stuff, I think visual studio code is a good option.
     
  6. MikeDance

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    I use Affinity designer for design then atom for coding.
     
  7. \o/

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    The good thing with text editors is that they're interchangeable. I think it has been a while since I had any website done with only one text editor.

    The design part is harder. I suck at designing. I had played with the Stylizer a few years ago which was amazing enough, but that's about it, honestly.
     
  8. overcast

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    Stylizer is CSS editor though. Not complete web editor.
     
  9. \o/

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    Designing is an entirely different thing than developing - in my opinion, at least.
     
  10. phucvandinh

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    Sublime text for quick editing :ROFLMAO:
     
  11. overcast

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    I'd say Visual Studio code is lot better now than Sublime text.
     
  12. \o/

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    It is not, especially not for quick editing, because it is too slow and eats too much RAM.
     
  13. Lizzie Johannah

    Lizzie Johannah Aspirant

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    I've always used dreamweaver. Before paying for it, I used a lot of other programs, but dreamweaver was just the most reliable and the constantly updating features have been getting really good in these last few years.
     
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