Speaking for myself, No have never used the WYSIWYG view, always code everything by hand.Question for the professional designers using Dreamweaver... do you actually use the WYSIWYG aspect of the software as your primary method of constructing websites?
If so, why so? ...don't know the code / just find it easier or faster / simply used to it / ??
Not trying to be smart, but I'm just curious to know where a WYSIWYG editor fits into a professional "web designers arsenal". A little surprised to see so many people mention it.
That multiple browser check is great - cheers for the link!Software
- Multiple IE / Firefox / Opera
- Test your web design in different browsers - Browsershots
- Web Developer Toolbar
If it's just note taking then get yourself Xpad. Amazing piece of software. Love it. xPad. The Ultimate Notepad.Also find myself using scratchpad (if anyone has a better one feel free to mention it)
Err, just downloaded this. Created a database and then.... tumble weed .....KeePassX is damn handy as well (for storing my passwords)