My Text Editor of Choice: Sublime Text
Several months ago we hired a new employee and he shared with me a text editor alternative, called SublimeText. It’s fantastic. It’s a cross between basic text editor to programming IDE (but without the complexities that come with your typical IDE). It’s also very customizable and uses JSON files to maintain your settings, keyboard shortcuts, etc. Definitely worth checking out if you are needing something a little more that your current editor may not offer.
Also check out the plugin Emmet. It’s a text expander for HTML and CSS (probably does much more too, but that’s what I use it for). It’s great for quickly creating the boilerplate HTML for your newest web project.