A good html editor is essential if you want to get some coding done or work on a website. Taco HTML Edit lets you edit both HTML and PHP in a simple and tabbed interface.
Taco lets you quickly insert specific characters and create clips of code. You can also add any link, image, list or table. The tree view on the left always gives you an idea of which document you are working on.
The difference between Preview and Live Preview isn't clear at first, but actually the first one will open up your default browser while the second will show the result in a pane at the bottom half of the interface.
I enjoyed working with tabs and the Batch find tool to look for specific code. The code completion tool is also really handy, helping you out.
I did find Taco HTML Edit somewhat sluggish at times, especially when working with multiple times.
Although it can be a little slow, Taco HTML Edit is a good html and php editor with some useful tools and a good multi-pane interface.
- HTML5 data-* and aria-* attributes are now recognized by the error checker. Fixes an issue where the text editor would no longer be the active control after Live Preview updates. Improves when the Code Completion panel appears when it is set to appear automatically. Fixes an issue where Image Carousel would not display correctly in Internet Explorer when placed in center tags. Improves how the placeholder image for the Slideshow appears when scripting is disabled in a web browser. Improves compatibility with Xcode 4.3 for Preview in iPhone Simulator.