Often we introduce you to great collection of resources and tools. CSS is high in our list because of obvious reasons. Now we introduce you to six good editors of CSS for Linux or Ubuntu users.
This text editor is available under GNU General Public License version 2. jEdit is developed using Java and supports any OS that supports Java including Linux, Windows, BSD, and Mac OS X. The editor incorporates syntax highlighting which natively supports 200+ file formats.
This text editor is SCIntilla-based. Although it was originally developed to demonstrate Scintilla, SCiTE grew to become a generally practical editor with facilitates useful in creating and running applications. SciTE is ideal for tasks with easy configurations.
This is a preset text editor in GNOME desktop and an element of GNOME Core applications. Developed to function like a general text editor, the application focuses on ease of utilization and simplicity. gedit incorporates tools that allow editing of source code as well as structured text like markup languages.
This minute developer valuator and editor attempts to ease editing of CSS. It incorporates syntax validation, syntax highlighting, interface that relies on MDI notebook, auto-completion as well as dialog-based inclusion of complex CSS values, fast CSS values and properties insertion.
This application was originally referred to as Quantas. This is an online IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for HTML, CSS, XHTML, PHP and XML among other languages that rely on XML or scripting language. Quantas Plus supports both WYSIWYG development and hand coding. Features include tag completion , auto-completion of variable in script language, editing of tags through dialog interface, live preview, CVS support, PHP debugger, Subversion support (via external plugin), project management.