Date of purchase or download:June, 2010
Name, version and URL of editor
WebPlus X4 from Serif Software.
How much did you pay for your software?$50 to $99
What type of editor is this?WYSIWYG editor
What operating system(s) does this software run on?
That said - WebPlus is one of the better editors. It has a WYSIWYG interface, allows you to type in HTML code (sometimes), allows you to modify SOME of the parts of the HTML commands (but not LINKS! Can't change the onMouseOver/out/down/up/left/right/whatever.) Unlike DW which can (and does under the right conditions) mucks things up royally - WebPlus either will - or just won't work with a web page. All items are kept in a special wpp file which is ok but means you can't edit things directly. Instead, you lay out your designs, export them to the site, and THEN fix the problems it creates. And no - this isn't a rant against WebPlus. It's just another program that only does some of what really needs to be done and believe me - at least it works and doesn't crash.
If you took the best parts of WebPlus (great layout and code generation), Dreamweaver (great editing but really sucks displaying which is why they started making LiveDemo because they couldn't display their own code properly!), and Kompozer (absolutely the best 'Let's edit every single thing an HTML element has') and put them together - then you'd have a great HTML editor. Until then - hand code or use WebPlus.