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Bootstrap Editor and importing html / css3 files.

Is there an (Bootstrap) Editor which you can use to import html/css3 files ?

2 Answers

What do you mean by this Julien? You can write CSS3 and HTML5 using Workspaces and can even use a framework, like Bootstrap, as well.



My question isn't clear. For example, there is on the internet an awesome template, i want to use the same structure but not the text. I can use the html code, css3 and bootstrap structure. But with which i editor i can make my own ? Is there a good professional editor for designers in which you can use the twitter bootstrap framework.

So you want to make your own bootstrap theme and you want to know which text editor is best suited for the job?

Personally I would go with Atom, it is open source and completely free. I use it as my main text editor almost all of the time and it's awesome. As well as being open source it also has an extensive library of plugins and themes to improve your workflow and change the way it looks.

If Atom doesn't seem like the text editor for you though then try Sublime Text. This text editor, like Atom, is also free but every once in a while you will get a message asking you to buy it. If you can put up with this and prefer the look and feel of it more than you do with Atom then this is probably the best text editor for you.

Try them both out and see what you think!