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CSS CSS Foundations Text, Fonts, and Lists Text Properties

Sahan Balasuriya
Sahan Balasuriya
10,115 Points

Which code editor is he using?

I want to know which code editor Guil Hernandez is using if anyone know?

7 Answers

It' is a sophisticated text editor for code, which is known as "Sublime Text". You can download it from Here

Anita Amini
Anita Amini
6,389 Points

Not sure about dreamweaver but you could use Adobe brackets which is a free and open source text editor. because it is open source it means that you could download loads of 'themes' made by different people, very easily and find your favourite. you could also view the themes on github before downloading them.

Sublime text. You can find it here

Sublime Text, it's free to download

Travis Eubanks
Travis Eubanks
12,566 Points

i use dreamweaver and would really like this color scheme on my dreamweaver. I tried matching the colors manually but seem to be crossing other colors assigned to other values and such.. any one have a good place to start at or link to download or to adjust all the color schemes to something like this! WHITE HURTS MY EYESSSSS lol

Travis Eubanks
Travis Eubanks
12,566 Points

sounds good thanks! If only when i edited the themes on the dreamweaver would apply it wouldn't be so bad! but thank you for your input!

sublime text