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Fellon

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For coding I use Dreamweaver CS4/CS5 and designing Photoshop CS4 and CS5. They are both very professional softwares and are easy to learn and easy to use.

What about you?

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Dimon wrote:
ankillien wrote:I've started using Notepad++ and will stick to it now Razz

+1

i now use only "php designer" for my php coding Very Happy

ankillien

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I used to use PHP designer but I find Notepad++ better since it is light weight.

YanOri

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ankillien wrote:I used to use PHP designer but I find Notepad++ better since it is light weight.

ya i use php designer for php and rest notepad++ {just simple codes, the basic ones ... not complicated like you guys code } Smile

Dazation

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Ive always used pain.net for graphics, but now that I cant load or uninstall it I don't do any graphics at all .... it's been like that for nearly 10 months lol.
I also use notepad++ for when I have to code however I do most of my coding at school rather than at home.

YanOri

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since i'm on ubuntu now...
its bluefish editor time Razz

DerickWilliams


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I use Photoshop for designing and coding.Photoshop is pretty good probably better than GIMP.

webmaster3388


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I use the Dreamweaver CS5 for coding
and my designers usea the Photoshop CS4 for designing

Ypu can check our designs at Pink Zebra Designs

http://www.pinkzebradesigns.com.au

DerickWilliams


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I started with Photoshop but now moving to Notepad++ and will stick to it now.It looks better than the previous one i was using.

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I use notepad++ alot, and would recommend it to anyone and has some great plugins too.

GIMP, something I use on my Ubuntu machine, but yet to check out Gimpshop for windows.. will have to download it.

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I am comfortable in netbean for coding and dreamweaver cs4 for designing.

http://www.pinkzebradesigns.com.au

DerickWilliams


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Dreamweaver is good, but some purists despise the way it sometimes badly formats html tags. I don't mind it personally, and sometimes use it myself to quickly edit big html pages, though I always check the html afterwards. For the novice though, you can't really go far wrong with Dreamweaver.

Personally, there is no substitute for learning at least some html. However, with Wordpress you can edit and create using a WYSIWYG* editor, which effectively formats the text on page as you see it, and then fills out the html for you, so you can create the page without resorting to html coding.

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ankillien wrote:I've started using Notepad++ and will stick to it now Razz

nice .thats the first step of successful man

Petermichael


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I started with Photoshop and looking forword to move on to notepad ++
,as many advice me to . including my brother

Peter Michael


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For coding I use Dreamweaver CS4 and designing Photoshop CS5.
I also use the same Softwares both but before that I was using Pixalmator for graphics and Notepad for codes till I memories most of code

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RockerMan wrote:I use Coda for coding
Photoshop CS5 and Pixalmator for graphics


Same here

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I always use Photoshop. Its best for editing.

arianna143


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Ya same with me. I use Notepad++ and dreamviewr and for designing I use Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop CS5.

http://www.61designstreet.com/

newimage


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i agree, my first choice is professional photoshop and my second choice is the simple image software i made on my pc. Very Happy 

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I use photoshop for designing and dreamweaver CS4/CS5 for coding.

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I use Dreamweaver For coding and Photoshop & HTML for designing. Both are very easy to learn and easy to use. These are very high quality professional grade tools. All companies use these tools most.

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