HTML Editor, free version or paid? -...

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Brack, what you are writing is not quite correct. What you describe as a visual editor is not what you normally think of, a drag-and-drop editor where you don't have to write any code. The paid version has a 'split screen' mode, where you can preview what is happening on your web page while you are typing the contents and - indeed - the code.
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how batter coffeecup html editor than notepad++
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Alisa Brantley wrote:
how batter coffeecup html editor than notepad++


It really depends on what you like. For old school coders notepad++ is great. If you like the visual component of working with your code HTML Editor is what you want. Check it out here and scroll down to the Visual Code Selector section:
https://www.coffeecup.com/html-editor/

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Hey,
HTML Editor Free Version Also Available, But if you go paid than You will get more functions,

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