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For mass find a replace features, I enjoy the Allaire products HomeSite and ColdFusion Studio. They let you do find and replace features on whole folders. Makes changing MS HTML into legible/legal HTML a little easier. I've noticed MS HTML does sneaky stuff like incorrect nesting that works with IE, but breaks NetScape (subtle browser war tactic???). The Allaire products also have a "code sweeper" function which you can set to do things like "strip the font tag" or "strip ending P tags". You can customize the usage of all tags with code sweeper. Also there is a validate function that will point out the nesting errors. It's handy and so far my favorite editor. It has a WYSIWYG thing too, but it's not that great and I never use it. The 4.0 version of these programs great on Windows98/NT but I would be careful with CF Studio 4.5. I had strange memory problems with it.
It's very sad to see the dreams of Philip go up in smoke by some heartless VCs who don't understand what he was trying to accomplish. I got the sense from the early days of ArsDigita that making $millions was an aside. I recall a soft spoken Philip on web cast talking about how web servers were objects; how better software could make a better society; how training kids to make useful web services was important; how open sourcing his ideas was helping us all to made great strides forward. Those were exciting times! Why must it still come down to $money money money? It's sad that of all the people Philip has evangelized - he couldn't convince the people who needed to love the dream most. I think what the Plaintiffs in the law suit are doing is despicable and I wish they would drop their suit, rehire the people who made ArsDigita what it was and get out of the way.
"Don't Make Me Think" by Steve Krug not only has a title that's right up my alley, but has a couple of chapters on how to run your own usability testing.