Adobe Dreamweaver (NOT free)
If you cant afford dreamweaver, then Notepad++ is a great and free alternative! Notepad++ do however not have any of the helpful features provided by Dreamweaver. For that reason, you will need to put in a little extra work when developing your site in Notepad++. On the other hand you will, when using Notepad++, really learn the codes and the syntax, which will be an advantage if you at some point in time wish to commence in a major website project! Notepad++ also supports PHP and MySQl
CoffeCup HTML editor
CoffeCup is another alternative to the expensive Dreamweaver. Coffecup is also provided in a free version, and it has many of the same features as Dreamweaver. The editor offers more than 20.000 pictures, icons and animated GIF pictures, which you can use free of charge on your site.
CMS - Content management systems
If you are not that into writing all your codes yourself and much rather want to focus on the visual appearance of the site, then a CMS is the right choice for you. A CM system is not an editor like the ones mentioned above, but rather a page content management system which you can access online.
No matter what editor or system you choose to develop your site in, our free video tutorials will always be able to help you. The codes, syntax and approach are namely exactly the same no matter what editor or system you are using.
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