HTML-Kit is a full-featured editor and an integrated development environment designed to help HTML, XHTML, XML and script authors to edit, format, look up, validate, preview and publish web pages. Both experienced webmasters and designers as well as newcomers will benefit from the feature set it makes available. If you are new to web design and coding, you can for instance benefit from the help it provides when it detects errors, or the suggestions the program displays to make a page standards compliant.
FTP Workspace for uploading, downloading and editing files online are provided; and the ability to use hundreds of optional add-ins through its open plugins interface. The latest release adds the ability to run batch actions such as global search and replace on multiple files and web sites, Internet Explorer and Mozilla / Netscape side-by-side previewing, W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines checking through HTML Tidy, internal Command Prompt, TimeTracker, translations, Text to Speech Wizard, UnicodePad and more...
Update: The developers have turned HTML Kit into a commercial application. The latest freeware version is still offered for download on the developer website. Keep in mind though that it has not been updated for a while, and that it may not recognize new technologies or features that have been introduced after development has been stopped.
The full version of the program retails on the developer site for $59 currently. It is called HTML-Kit tools now.
Here is a video that demonstrates some of the programs' capabilities.
Make sure to check out the developer website. It offers tips and tricks, and an active community.
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