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Best free text editor?

Hey there, i’m new to HTML and i was wandering which is the best free text editor to start designing websites. I’m currently using notepad.

7/14/2018 12:54:50 PM

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VSCode and Sublime Text 3 are pretty good.

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I suggest: - Notepad++ - Notepad - Wordpad - Sololearn

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visual studio

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i use Notepad++ & sublime text😅

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I need to mention VSCode since nobody has mentioned it yet. Awesome lightweight text editor, lots of extensions to download. EDIT: Here's a 20 minute talk on why VSCode is a great text editor :) https://youtu.be/anvYeA1pWlk

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Thanks for all the answers i think i will give Sublime text a try

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I use Sublime Text: https://www.sublimetext.com/3

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As an alternative to notepad++ , you can check out notepadqq which also runs natively on linux. https://notepadqq.com/s/

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I suggest: Brackets Atom Sublime Text Notepad++ Sololearn Khan Academy

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If you're using linux I'd suggest gedit or sublime text For windows, notepad++ or wordpad or textpad or sublime text In case you want an IDE, SoloLearn, Brackets, Atom etc

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https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1388755/?ref=app

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Visual Studio Code is the best. Here's the link : https://code.visualstudio.com

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N00B real sweet. Even CLI text editors like nano and vim are better than that. Sorry, vim is like level 30 if notepad is 1

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Visual studio is best free with tons of plug-ins.

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sublime text is the best, you can type html and hit enter then BOOM! first codes done for you automaticaly :)

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If your looking mainly for editors and not IDES, Sakurapad, Sublime Text, or Notepad++

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Mark your answer correct so that more and more people won't put in their suggestion. Good choice as it works on both windows and posix os.

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I use Notepad++. It is pretty simple to use (not a vast learning curve). It's a popular and good text editor that new coders use alot. https://notepad-plus-plus.org/ I have also used: * WordPad (which is ok for getting ideas down for smaller programs) * regular NotePad (not recommended, unless you can't use anything else)

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i use sublime text bc it suits me better and i can change the syntax