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What program do you use for CSS and HTML? Notepad bothers me to no end.
I like Notepad++ since it does tabs for different text documents, as well as syntax highlighting.
In response to LordAndrew (#1)
LordAndrew wrote:
I like Notepad++ since it does tabs for different text documents, as well as syntax highlighting.

Gets the job done nicely. Thank you.
Also make sure to get an add-on like Firebug. It's great for inspecting a page and seeing how your HTML/CSS is being interpreted, and for testing quick changes.
In response to DarkCampainger (#3)
Or, if you use Chrome, it has a built-in firebug, so to speak.
In response to DivineTraveller (#4)
DivineTraveller wrote:
Or, if you use Chrome, it has a built-in firebug, so to speak.

Yea, I've seen it's Javascript debugger, it looks cool. Haven't had an occasion to use it yet, though.
In response to DivineTraveller (#4)
DivineTraveller wrote:
Or, if you use Chrome, it has a built-in firebug, so to speak.

Yeah I use chrome
In response to Enzuigiri (#6)
Komodo Edit for the win!

http://www.activestate.com/komodo-edit