Writing HTML is a long and tedious process, even more so if you have to switch back and forth between the code writing and editing screen and the viewing screen. Although that is our job, sometimes you just feel like losing it. Hold up, I got the answer.
Hybrid L makes the switch uncomplicated and easier than two windows side by side on a screen or working off twin monitors. It does a pretty good job as a free trial application; it provides a decent WYSIWIG editing and design mode for beginners and intermediate programmers, even though it is described as an advanced HTML editor/ designer.
You do have to reconcile with the nag screen and the sixty-day free trial. I have never seen a free trial that gives you this long to test out the software, so that was pretty intense. I like having my lines numbered and Hybrid L did that too. (I think it's so much easier to go back and edit a line when I know right where to go).
I haven't experienced a previous version of Hybrid L, but the company says there were issues with the "images maps" requiring updating. I didn't see that in this latest trial version, so it must be adequately updated. It worked on Windows 7 operating system, but it should also work on most Windows OS from XP on.