Web Designer?

I really like the web-based auto complete that i get in PyCharm. However, I've been evaluating WYSIWYG html/web designers recently (Dreamweaver). But, I find myself using the 'split' mode of Dreamweaver where I write the code and watch the auto-updating visual editor. Does PyCharm (or any of the intellij-based platforms) have something similar to a 'visual' desginer? Or do most people who write the templates/html code for django apps primarily write some code, jump to a browser and refresh? Or write the static content using a full-blown designer and then break it up into django templates? I would be grateful for any ideas....

Thanks!

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Hello Christian,

We don't have any WYSIWYG design functionality in any of our products, and

don't plan to implement that in the future.

I really like the web-based auto complete that i get in PyCharm.

However, I've been evaluating WYSIWYG html/web designers recently

(Dreamweaver). But, I find myself using the 'split' mode of

Dreamweaver where I write the code and watch the auto-updating visual

editor. Does PyCharm (or any of the intellij-based platforms) have

something similar to a 'visual' desginer? Or do most people who write

the templates/html code for django apps primarily write some code,

jump to a browser and refresh? Or write the static content using a

full-blown designer and then break it up into django templates? I

would be grateful for any ideas....

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Sounds fine.

Can you help me with one thing? Maybe I'm doing it wrong, but when I externalize my css definitions to a css file, and I try to add new entries, I cannot autocomplete for the classes/ids for which that css file is being used for. Do i need to set something up? The autocomplete works fine if the css is embedded directly into the HTML file in a <style> tag, but when it's externalized the autocomplete only sees things declared within that file. Woudn't it be helpful to autocomplete for classes/ids that are not already in the css file?

Thanks,

Christian

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