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Title: See 9 Best Free HTML Editors for Web Developers For Windows Edition

See 9 Best Free HTML Editors for Web Developers
For Windows Edition
Enlisted Are The Free Windows HTML Editors For
Web Developers
Programmers Notepad
  • Phase 5
  • SynWrite
  • PlainEdit.NET
  • Notepad
  • jEdit
  • Sublime Text 2 The Swiss Army Knife
  • Aptana Studio 3
  • Brackets

Via You will need an HTML
editor if you want to develop a website. You
could, of course, use the Windows Notepad to
create a website, but it will hardly be
convenient, comfortable or beautiful for that
matter. Importantly, a good HTML editor should
do two things very perfectly Syntax
Highlighting (color of code) and
Autocompletion. Naturally, an additional feature
or two is welcome Selection of themes, for
example, which would not only accommodate your
taste but will also increase your productivity
and check dullness in longer period coding. With
it, let's take a fair look at nine best free HTML
editors for Windows. 1. Programmers Notepad
Programmers Notepad provides a modern interface
in two themes one bright and the other one is
dark, as shown. In addition to Syntax
highlighting, the editor boasts text clips (code
snippets), code folding (selective
hiding/displaying of code), and can be finely
tailored to your personal requirements through
Python scripts and add-ons. 2. Phase 5
Via Phase 5 is a well-known known
editor which has been updated firmly since
1998. Some features of Phase 5 are project
management, tag completion, an integrated image
viewer, a syntax debugger, support for special
characters, indentation assistance, search and
replace, and customizable menus and
templates. Popular formats like PHP, Javascript,
HTML, VBScript, Java, and Pearl are supported by
Phase 5. A file manager lets you quickly switch
between documents. You can simply edit multiple
documents at the same time, and much
more. Phase 5 works on Windows 7 and 8, Vista,
XP, 2000, 98 32/64 bit, and server versions. 3.
  • SynWrite refers to an editor with a wide variety
    of functionality. The prime idea behind SynWrite
    is to focus everything about other editors into a
    single free product and reads the feature list
  • The editor can be increased with plugins written
    in Python. Apart from usual functionality such
    as Code Folding and AutoCompletion, SynWrite also
    allows for multi-care editing (see animation)
  • MCarets
  • This feature can save much of your time. What's
    more, SynWrite supports Emmet (previously Zen
  • 4. PlainEdit.NET

VPlainEdit.NET can open many files in tabs,
similarly, it can be expanded with plugins and
provides a lot of functions including
customizable templates. Users can insert
snippets (templates, pieces of code or other
text) quickly and easily from a
sidebar. Additionally, you can search and
replace text with regular expressions, even in
documents not currently open. It is worth noting
that PlainEdit can also be run with a USB
stick. 5. Notepad Notepad refers to a word
called, classic. It came out when the editor,
which had been sent with Windows, had gotten
rather longer in the tooth and failed to provide
significant functionality. Notepad provides a
tabbed interface, autocompletion, and great code
highlighting. Macro Recording automates
frequency-used commands. The interface can be
configured as per your needs, and there are
numerous plugins at your disposal to make the
feature set wider.
6. jEdit
  • Via
  • VjEdit can open, edit, and accordingly highlight
    syntax, basically in any file. Opening multiple
    files make life much easy. Any missing features
    can be filled linked with plugins.
  • It does not say that jEdit separates the cream
    layers on features. Outside the box, jEdit is
    packed with main functionalities such as code
    folding, marking of connected elements and tags,
    a file manager, and a good search and replace
  • Moreover, the ability to configure and expand the
    editor makes jEdit worth competition among its
  • Cross-platform Options
  • ?
  • The following options are available for various
    platforms, and each is convincing in itself.
    Whether you use Linux, Mac OS or Windows, you can
    pick yours from three great editors.

7. Sublime Text 2 Refers To The Swiss Army Knife
Via VNo other HTML editor is
quite victorious as Sublime Text 2 is. It has
been launched to immediate applause from
swooning professional web developers. This is
deeply customizable through extensions and JSON
files. It is difficult to imagine any
functionality beyond Sublime Texts grasp. With
the help of Package Control, downloading and
installing extensions is a breeze. Because the
editor has enjoyed such widespread adoption,
there is a detailed plugin library available, in
addition to the ones presented on the
developer's website. The Sublime Text 2 is
different for its extensive documentation, both
official and unofficial. The Tutorials for
Sublime Text 2 are everywhere and reduce the
learning curve. Sublime Text 2 is not free. It
can be downloaded and evaluated for free without
restriction, but if you like it, the 70 license
is a very reasonable investment.
A look at Sublime Text 2 8. Aptana Studio 3
Via FileHorse The current repetition of Aptana
Studio (version 3) is one of the most famous and
most comprehensive IDEs for Windows, Mac, and
Linux. In version 3, developers wanted to solve
one of the weakest points of Aptana Studios
spotty performance. The greatest strength of the
editor is its customizability, Git integration,
and built-in terminal. Aptana Studio 3 supports
the latest web standards like HTML5 and CSS3. It
provides an integrated debugger for Ruby and
Javascript. Have You Decided Not to Code? Have a
Look at Mobirise If you have just read this
article to find HTML editors that take away the
coding part from you, youll have found out as
if now that this is the wrong place. To not lose
you leaving completely disappointed, we would
advise you to take a look at Mobirise.
Mobirise is also an installable Editor. The
difference for others mentioned here is that it
does not allow you to mess with the code.
Instead, it keeps you completely away from
it Mobirise is available for Windows and macOS
and is fully available free of charge. If you
need a fully responsive website in the fastest
way, ditch the code editors and head to
Mobirise. 9. Brackets
Via VBrackets is a modern,
open-source editor with some interesting
features. It works with Adobe Creative Cloud
Extract (Preview) to read design data such as
colors, fonts, gradients, and convert it directly
into a CSS from the PSD file. It can also
extract layers as images, use the information
from the PSD to define preprocessor variables
and can easily get dimension between the objects.
All this is possible without ever leaving the
editor. Note Adobe Creative Cloud is a paid
service. Extract (its free preview) can be
installed directly with the Brackets. Another big
plus for Brackets are the Extensions, which can
be used to tailor the editor to the users
needs. In every three to four weeks, new
extensions are released. Strong support for
preprocessors also advantages mention.
Live Preview and Quick Edit are the features
which can be used with LESS and SCSS files to
streamline your work. With the right extensions
and Adobe Creative Cloud Extract, the Brackets
can cover all the professional bases. A look at
Brackets Conclusion A wide range of HTML editors
for Windows is there, but only a handful of
Excel. For non-daily use, Notepad is there.
For daily professional use, however, Notepad
will not be enough. By that end, there are better
options, such as sublime text 2, which can
be customized to suit the users needs. Fans of
Turnkey Editors might like Aptana, SynWrite or
Programmer's Notepad. Which one will you choose?