As far as I heard, Joomla has third side visual tools for page designing, doesn't it?
I know Joomla and Wordpress as developer, not a designer. Maybe it's a good idea to start up developing some visual tool for Joomla.
I develop php website server side and html js client side,
Personally I use sublime text editor parsque we have several shortcuts with the keyboard and multi focus. it's a light and fast editor
Notepad++ is my favorite free editor. It is a more robust version of the Notepad software that you would find available in Windows by default. That being the case, this is a Windows-only option. It includes things like line number, color coding, hints, and other helpful tools that the standard Notepad application does not have. These additions make Notepad++ an ideal choice for web designers and front end developers.
I hate website building software. When they're good, they're never portable. Some examples:
Wix: You can't take your website out, it must be on their servers.
Wordpress: Requires you to set up a MySQL database (even when you don't want to make a blog...)
And alongside that, they always have a footprint somewhere in the source of the website (some people might not care, but I'm pretty picky about that).
In the end, I just pick up a template and edit it to my will on Notepad++. I'm not going to lie, I really don't enjoy HTML/CSS or making websites in general. But there are times when I just have to do it...
If I need to start from scratch for WordPress, I use Artisteer to design the template and then Dreamweaver, Visual Studio and Notepad++ to fine tune.
For simple changes I use Notepad++, but if I run new project I use IDE's from JetBrains.
That's a subject that every developer in every discipline has had to deal with.
I've used everything from VI (vim), Notepad, Frontpage, HTML-Kit (a long time favorite on windows), Dreamweaver, HotDog (loved it), Brackects, Nano, Bluefish and more...
But for the last few years, I've been using SUBLIME. It has absolutly everything I need and is extremely versatile, powerful.
Hope this helps folks!