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Is there a tutorial for using Firefox for Developers?

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I'm used to using Visual Studio 2015 so I'm used to using an IDE but I can't for the life of me able to type anything. Its like I'm just using a browser instead of using something I can develop web pages with (please don't ask if I'm familiar with VS2015, why don't I just keep using it? It's a sore subject with me.) I probably going to feel like a fool when you tell me how I can access the text editing function, but I can't do any editing. I'm typing this in the 32bit Firefox I've been using for years. instead of the Developer's Edition.

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migraineman said

Apart from Visual Studio, what is a good html editor?

Hard question to answer. I generally use Notepad++ to edit page code; it is nothing like a full-blown IDE. I probably should shop around a bit, but I do prefer not to have to conform to the way a complex tool wants you to work.

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You're right, Firefox is a browser. Great for testing and experimenting, but I wouldn't suggest using it as a substitute for a full-blown HTML editor.

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jscher2000 said

You're right, Firefox is a browser. Great for testing and experimenting, but I wouldn't suggest using it as a substitute for a full-blown HTML editor.

Apart from Visual Studio, what is a good html editor?

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migraineman said

Apart from Visual Studio, what is a good html editor?

Hard question to answer. I generally use Notepad++ to edit page code; it is nothing like a full-blown IDE. I probably should shop around a bit, but I do prefer not to have to conform to the way a complex tool wants you to work.

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