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Which text editor to type htm files?

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Hello dear friends!

Up to now, I've made my htm files with a Wysiwyg editor (Namo), and presently a general text editor (Metapad) for better control of the code.

I plan to stay at a text editor but would gladly accept some help from it, like highlight the htm keywords, maybe insert tag pairs and special characters. But not much more: for instance, no automatic saving of images.

It must run on Win 2k and Xp, if possible 95b.

Which editor do you recommend? Thanks you!

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Thank you once again, Jaclaz!

Downloaded, installed and briefly tried. It does run on W2k, and claims to works with W95, nice.

It does already more than what I sought but it does it well and is quick to learn. Very seducing. Maybe I use it for htm instead of a text editor.

Other suggestions still welcome!

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I believe you might be able to get Notepad++ to run on Win XP/2000, I've used it for coding websites before and it works really well - and it has some extra html/css features -

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