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I mean the code is mess, non-neast. The editor can beautiful the code.
I wouldn't go putting all your money on that solving all your problems. It's just worth getting a handle the code basics, following books and online tutorials, and ask question. Then you'll actually know the code. Much more practical. Besides, I think notepad can highlight code (syntax, variables, etc) and provides a good editing environment in general.
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There's a thread here where people talk about text editors:http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=760Notepad won't highlight code, but there are plenty of free programs that do. There's a link in my signature to ConTEXT which is the one I prefer, and there's also the poll in that thread. Crimson and PSPad are also pretty popular.There are several editors that format HTML code, but I haven't seen any that will format PHP code. That would be a pretty neast idea, though.

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There's a thread here where people talk about text editors:http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=760Notepad won't highlight code, but there are plenty of free programs that do. There's a link in my signature to ConTEXT which is the one I prefer, and there's also the poll in that thread. Crimson and PSPad are also pretty popular.There are several editors that format HTML code, but I haven't seen any that will format PHP code. That would be a pretty neast idea, though.
Ba-zing. It's a tiny ba-zing, but it's still a ba-zing.
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