- it supported HTML5 and CSS3.
- the produced HTML code were a bit cleaner.
I also gave BlueGriffon a try but among other things the CSS editing is a joke (seems to be intentionally unusable to force you to buy the CSS pro extension), and it still mess with your code layout.
I think I'm going to switch to manual HTML editing. But after a few hours spent on it - currently with Aptana (I also tried Bluefish) - and though I find it quite interesting and I'm comfortable enough with it, I'm afraid it won't be easy to concentrate on the clarity, etc. when writing new content. Even a small update will likely turn to be a task in itself, and be easily postponed... which is not a good thing.
I'm afraid now there's no perfect WYSIWYG free solution (and I'm not going to buy a software for this).
So I'm not really asking for suggestions, but out of curiosity I'd just like to hear what you guys/gals are usually using for your own web development needs?