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Anyway, from a database design method, that means instead of creating a new "PAGE" and putting HTML on it and then setting its content type to HTML, now I'll create a new FILE resource and give it an HTML file name, then use the actual editors to edit my HTML. They're not bad, by the way. Can't wait to try out the .XML and .CSS editors along with the .JS and .LSS
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Eclipse plug-in a try: http://update.aptana.com/update/3.2
Features I like in Aptana is that the CSS Editor has a type-ahead feature that
shows which CSS property is supported in which browser, or if you are writing a
pure HTML file with DOTYPE and all, Aptana will actually check if your HTML
adheres to the declared DOCTYPE .