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    Need a free css editor

    What are some of the best free css editor's out there? I currently use Dreamweaver for all of my coding, but i have dual monitors and i hate not being able to have a different document up on each monitor. So i am looking for a good standalone css editor to replace editing css in dreamweaver.

    Thanks.

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    If you're familiar with CSS...I recommend some of these:

    http://www.pspad.com
    http://www.crimsoneditor.com
    http://cream.sourceforge.net/
    Ryan Butler

    Ryan Butler.org

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    Topstyle Lite is well thought of.
    "Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it." Brian W. Kernighan

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    Why a separate editor? Matrix Y2K allows html, js, css and php pages to be opened at same time for editing.

    Ron

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    I like editpad pro

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    i use notepad++ much for my personal editing.

    I have tried many, but like this one most out of used ones. I also noticed a few editors on new site, have look http://codango.com/php/dir/software/...t/?tab=refined.

    I very much like http://www.codango.com/ for finding scripts and such I need. some other directories may also have some good lists of editors for you to read more on.

    I hope you will find a lightweight editor that is much better and easier to use than dreamweaver. i wish you good of luck.

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    I prefer Topstyle Lite because it is not a Jack of all trades, but tailored specifically for CSS and also shows which elements are handled in a range of browsers for CSS1 and CSS2, Additionally it can show what effect each style will have in a separate window. I use crimson editor for the HTML/PHP coding.

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