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An HTML editor is a software application that allows you Web pages with HTML - code, create and can edit. Some editors may also handle scripting languages used on web servers, such as PHP and JavaScript or stylesheet languages such as CSS. A distinction is made here between text-based programs in which the source code is edited directly, and so-called WYSIWYG editors, in which the page is displayed during editing as the browser displays it later. The latter usually requires no knowledge of the HTML language. In addition, WYSIWYG editors often allow the source code to be edited directly. Many HTML editors support autocompletion and have called syntax highlighting, which makes tags in the source code color-coded. HTML code can also be written in any standard text editor.

Adobe Dreamweaver is the HTML editor, web page output from Adobe Systems, formerly known as Macromedia Dreamweaver from Macromedia. This program is widely used by web developers because of its interesting features and ease of use. Dreamweaver, like other HTML editors, edit files locally and then upload them to a remote web server using FTP, SFTP, or WebDAV. Dreamweaver CS4 now supports the Subversion version (SVN) control system.

2. Brackets

Adobe Brackets is an HTML editor for developing web applications. It is primarily in HTML, CSS and JavaScript written and was designed by Adobe launched as a community project. Brackets is an open source project licensed under the MIT license and managed on GitHub. The milestone of Release 1.0 was only reached more than three years after the start of the project in early November 2014. Brackets is for Windows, macOS and Linux available for download. Behind the scenes, brackets use some third-party open source projects, including jQuery, Less, RequireJS, Lodash, Mustache, and CodeMirror as the actual code editor. For desktop presentation, the Chromium Embedded Framework is used to provide the most similar representation possible on different platforms. A live preview is currently only possible with Google Chrome. Brackets support extensions that add more functionality. Extensions are currently available for debugging or adding browser-specific CSS prefixes, as well as linters and autocomplete tools.

3. Microsoft Visual Studio

Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for Windows, Linux and macOS. It supports multiple programming languages, such as C++, C#, Visual Basic .NET, F#, Java, Python, Ruby and PHP, as well as web development environments, such as ASP.NET MVC, Django, etc., at which one must add the new capabilities online under Windows Azure in the form of the editor Monaco. Visual Studio allows developers to create web sites and applications, as well as web services in any environment compatible with the .NET platform (as of the .NET 2002 version). Thus, applications can be created that communicate between workstations, web pages, mobile devices, embedded devices and game consoles, among others.

4. Sublime Text

5. NetBeans IDE

6. EditPlus

7. Notepad++

8. Adobe Muse

9. Microsoft Expression Web

10. UltraEdit

11. CoffeeCup HTML Editor

12. PHPEdit

13. Amaya

14. Google Web Designer

15. Atom

16. HTML-Kit

17. Microsoft SharePoint Designer

18. Alleycode HTML Editor

19. BBEdit

20. BlueFish

21. CudaText

22. Emacs

23. Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express

Wix.com is a company in the field of website construction kit. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, with additional offices in San Francisco, New York City, Dnipro and Vilnius. Wix is ​​sponsored by investors Insight Venture Partners, Mangrove Capital Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners and Benchmark Capital. Since November 5, 2013 Wix is at the NASDAQ listed Börse. Wix thus succeeded in the biggest IPO by an Israeli company.
HomeSite was an HTML editor. It offers many helpful wizards to solve standard tasks. HomeSite was originally developed in 1995 by Nick Bradbury, and in March 1997 by Allaire Corp. In 2001, Allaire was again taken over by Macromedia, and in 2006, Macromedia by Adobe. On May 26, 2009, Adobe announced that the development and distribution of HomeSite will be discontinued.

26. Microsoft FrontPage

Mozilla Composer is a free and open source HTML editor, and a web creation module of the Mozilla Application Suite. It is used to create web pages, e-mails, and text documents easily. Composer is a graphical user interface (GUI) WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), allows editing of pages by acting directly on the final graphics. You can also view, write and edit the HTML source code.

28. openElement

openElement is a freeware website design and authoring application published by Element Technologie.

29. Microsoft Publisher

Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing application from Microsoft. It is often seen as an entry-level program and as a program to have more control over the elements of a page than in Microsoft Office Word, but less than in programs such as InDesign, PublishOne, or QuarkXPress. Historically, Publisher has been less popular with professional, commercial printers, especially when compared to other desktop publishing software. The program is only available for Windows. This position of Publisher as a basic program is further reinforced by problems such as fonts and inserted objects that are not available on the machines of professional service providers (although Publisher does come with tools to bundle related files in self-extracting applications).

30. SnapEditor

31. TED Notepad

32. Silex website builder

33. TOWeb

34. Opera Dragonfly

35. Freeway

36. RJ TextEd

37. EmEditor

38. KompoZer

39. Geany

40. PhpStorm IDE

41. Maqetta

42. Microsoft WebMatrix

43. Mobirise

44. NetObjects Fusion

45. Quanta Plus

46. RocketCake

47. SeaMonkey Composer

48. Webflow

49. Apple iWeb

50. Netscape Composer

51. Nvu

52. WebStorm

53. AOLpress

54. EZGenerator

55. HomeSite

56. Sandvox

57. Adobe PageMill

58. Codelobster

59. TextWrangler

60. FirstPage

61. Jimdo

62. E Text Editor

63. BlueGriffon

64. Claris Home Page

65. TopStyle

66. HotDog

67. Hyper Publish

68. Smultron

69. NoteTab

70. TinyMCE

71. Adobe GoLive

72. VisualEditor

73. tkWWW

74. HoTMetaL

75. WorldWideWeb

76. TextPad

77. CKEditor

78. Arachnophilia

79. Macaw Web Editor

80. Vim

81. Eclipse with the Web Tools Platform

82. Froala Editor

83. WebPlus

84. ActiveState Komodo

85. Coda

86. SciTE

87. PSPad

88. TextMate

89. Aptana

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