Dreamweaver vs. Notepad++

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  1. Terry Harvey

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    Which is best for you? I prefer Dreamweaver.
     
  2. David Hawke

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    Neither, I use wordpress and a program called komposer.
     
  3. patrick0001

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    This 2 products totally cannot compare, dreamweaver is a commercial product have so much of great feature. If you compare notepad with komposer or pspad....then we can make a fair judge.
     
  4. Terry Harvey

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    Komposer? I searched Google for that and all that came up was Kompozer. Is that what you mean?
     
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    I use Dreamweaver whenever I'm thinking 'Design mode' i.e. I want to play around with how the site looks etc. If I'm trying to do some code adjusting, I use PHPStorm (which also works for html etc). The way PHPStorm makes code easy to look at and edit is unparalleled.
     
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    Dreamweaver has limitless possibilities. My first choice for any web development work. Sometimes it is overwhelming because of all the options in the program, but over time it simplifies itself I think. Good luck.
     
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    i always use Dreamweaver.
     
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    Yes, It is Kompozer. Sorry about that. Here's the link http://kompozer.net/
     
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    I don't like Dreamweaver, I've always been more comfortable using Notepad++. So yeah, for me it'd have to be Notepad++ :)
     
  11. Clint Cora

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    I used Dreamweaver when I was on PC and it was great but not easy to use as I'm not a technie. I used maybe only 25% of it's potential but did what I needed to do. When I switched over to Mac, I didn't want to buy another copy of Dreamweaver. I now use Kompozer as well which is a free open source program. Not nearly as powerful as Dreamweaver but it does what I need to do for my websites.
     
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    I don't think so about comparing this two,Both of them have their own specifications.
     

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