Best browser for editing html pages?
I use IE7 to navigate around the 11,000+ pages on my web site and select "View Source" from the drop-down menu when I want to edit the HTML. It's so efficient I hate to have to give it up, but as time goes by there are increasing IE7 limitations, incompatibilities and problems. Any advice on the best up-to-date browser product that will still allow me to efficiently edit a page I am viewing?
I don't use the browser for editing, but since you're already used to IE7, you could - you know, upgrade to IE9. It's editor/debugger has it's good points.
You might also consider switching to a smart text editor like Notepad++. Lots of text editors have built-in features for web developers and programmers.
I would say SeaMonkey is the way to go man.
Firefox with the firebug plugin is the way forward but you should be moving towards notepad++ or even aptana studio 3 as an editing means. They're free and very good.
Amaya is the W3C's browser if that's the way you want to go.
I like Firefox with the Firebug plugin for debugging pages though.
In fact, the two plugins that every developer should have for FF are:
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