You know guys, and gals... don't count out Microsoft FrontPage. Its a beautiful little WYSIWYG editor or you can work in design view and it has a preview mode. You can edit a site live. You don't have to use the tacky site templates and all that crap. I use it as my code editor. Its easy to create tables and forms in the design view and then I can slip into code view and add my ASP. Everyone is always down on FrontPage and says they can see a FrontPage site coming from a mile away. I disagree.
I use EditPlus, its a general editor, but has built in support for html, can preview in editor an such, plus can dowload addons for syntax highligting and autocompletion for almost any programming language.
dreamweaver mx, best 70% of pros cant be wrong.
can view code&WYSIWYG windows at same time, drag something into view, watch it write the code. or vise versa. also click it and can go from new mx layout (all docked windows) to d4's style with its 20 pallet windows, lol to homesite/coldfusion studio view for plain coding.....
also hinting is nice, start to type a tag, it suggests what you are typing and puts closing tag automatically. studio mx is best then you have all the programs working together (dw, fireworks, freehand, flash, coldfusion)
if you do coldfusion its the only one to use