There are lots of CSS editors to choose from. What are your favorites? And why? Find out what other About.com readers think are the best CSS editors. Don't forget to include a URL to the site for your favorite editor.
- Because I already have it. It's nice to be able to do the CSS coding and click the preview button to see if it worked in IE. Then I check it in Foxfire.
- I've enjoyed using Notepad++. I like that it opens quickly, it uses tabs for organization of multiple files, it color codes the different parts of the CSS, and best of all, it's free.
I've tried Programmer's Notepad as well. It's free and works well, but I really like the color coding feature in Notepad++.
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