List of Popular Web Design Editing Tools for Designers 2015

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1.Notepad++

Notepad++ HTML Editor

Notepad++ HTML Editor

Notepad++ is an amazingly powerful source code editor with a immeasurable number of features. Syntax highlighting makes it directly easier to read and know your code, for example. Code folding allows you to collapse some areas while you focus on new. Auto-completion helps you enter code quickly. There’s also a controlling search tool, easy document direction-finding, bookmarking, macro support, and all of which is presented in a highly configurable, easy-to-use interface. Go grab a copy directly.

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2.Firebug

Firebug Web Development Tool

Firebug Web Development Tool

You’ve designed your website, but it doesn’t quite look or work as you’d expect – and that’s where Firebug comes in. This controlling Firefox extension helps you to view HTML and CSS code; adjust your styles and see the results immediately; understand your page layouts; debug and log JavaScript; handle cookies, examine page load times, examine error messages and more. Clearly there’s a lot of power here, but Firebug isn’t only for web specialist. At first you might only use it for a few necessary things, just viewing code perhaps. It’ll still be extremely useful, though, and you can begin to explore other functions at your own pace.

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3.PageBreeze

PageBreeze

PageBreeze

Qualified web designers won’t be impressed by the PageBreeze – it’s based on old technology, and distinctly short of features – but if you’re just looking to create something very simple then it’s a different story. This WYSIWYG editor comes with simple templates to help you get started. You can include links, images, tables and forms in a click or two. It’s simple to see and edit all your site pages, and when you’re done a integral FTP client puts your work online. So while the end results might be basic, the program’s simplicity makes it worth a look for the novice.

Visit: pagebreeze.com

4.CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor

CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor

CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor

CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor is the free version of a commercial product, and so missing a few tools. It is powerful web design editor software. Coffee Cup editor is one of the best and one of the most user-friendly editors. This software is best for beginner and learner, though, this probably anyone can design own web pages easily. There are plenty of powerful control tools, a local Help file to walk you through the more complicated parts, and you can upload your page to CoffeeCup’s S-Drive platform, where it will host it for free.

Visit: coffeecup.com

5.Bluefish Editor

Bluefish Editor

Bluefish Editor

Bluefish is a programmer’s editor which also includes plenty of web-related tools and options. This begins with the usual editing tricks: syntax highlighting, code folding, powerful find and search and restore tools, auto completion, and more. It also supports document templates; has wizards to add CSS, tables, forms, audio and video objects; quick tag editing and easy previewing of the current document, amongst many other goodies.

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6.BlueGriffon

BlueGriffon HTML  Editor

BlueGriffon HTML Editor

BlueGriffon takes a simple WYSIWYG approach to web editing, but also handle to include plenty of more powerful features. You could just use it to type text, add images, tables, audio files, videos files and so on. But there’s also an SVG editor, form design tools, several CSS support, an accessibility checker, DOM Explorer, and more. BlueGriffon is a capable and generally easy-to-use tool.

Visit: bluegriffon.org

7.KompoZer

KompoZer Web Design Tool

KompoZer Web Design Tool

It’s not been updated for some time, but KompoZer can still be a helpful web editor for beginners. The program works like a easy word processor, so you don’t need to know about HTML, CSS, scripting or anything else: only enter text, format it, and click the various buttons to add links, insert tables, images. If you’re a little more experienced than KompoZer does have further tools which might help, including an HTML editor. The program is beginning to show its age, though, so more skilled web designers would probably be better off elsewhere.

Visit: kompozer.net

8.OpenBEXI

OpenBEXI Web Design Tool

OpenBEXI Web Design Tool

OpenBEXI is an interesting WYSIWYG HTML editor which allows you to create pages just by dragging and dropping “widgets” – all from text, links and images, to forms, graphs and flowcharts – and tweaking them to suit your needs. It’s also possible to tweak CSS or add scripts to the page, and a built-in FTP client will upload everything when it’s done.

Visit: openbexi.com

9.Brackets

Brackets Web Design Tool

Brackets Web Design Tool

A bracket is a remarkable open-source HTML, CSS and JavaScript-based code editor. The program deliberately avoids cluttering your workspace with floating toolbars and big icons, instead allowing you to work straight on your code, with plenty of shortcuts to help Click in an HTML tag, say, press Ctrl+E and you’ll see a Quick Edit box with any related CSS rules, just choose the one you need and you’ll be able to edit it accurate away. It’s just as easy to edit JavaScript code. And a Live Preview feature means that there’s no need to refresh your browser again and again to see the changes.

Visit: brackets.io

10.GIMP

GIMP Design  Tool

GIMP Design Tool

Every web designer needs great graphics tools, and GIMP is a free image editor around. It has extraordinary photo retouching features, lots of helpful extraordinary effects, a range of powerful paint tools and more.

Visit: Gimp.org

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