I have the full Adobe suite; it's costing me over $50 a month and I rarely use it.
I have a couple of sites coded in ColdFusion.
Is there a decent replacement for Dreamweaver that includes CF in it?
-- Eclipse - https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
-- Nova (Mac only, formerly called Coda) - https://nova.app/
-- Sublime Text - http://www.sublimetext.com/
-- Visual Studio Code (free) - https://code.visualstudio.com/
BEST IDES FOR COLD FUSION DEVELOPERS:
Hope that helps.
The best solution for you and completely free of charge:
with this plugin:
I know CF developers who swear by Eclipse with the optional CF add-on. But most of us work with PHP code. Maybe you should ask the CF community experts.
I use NoteTab Pro https://www.notetab.com/html-editor
The free version may be all you need. Both have tabs at the bottom for various help such as HTML-CSS - see screenshot at the site.
When you click on it a sidebar appears with all the code items. You can click on wht you want then add the details in the page.The toolbar has common items like div, ID, p etc.
It color codes the code and you can change the colors. It has numbers on the leftside so you can more easily find what you want. You can add or remove toolbar items. Change text size and the font used.
I have it open on the left side and I use Firefox or Chrome opened on the right side. I resize the browser so it takes 3/4 of the monitor width. I click the Save button then reload the page in the web browser to view.
The OP's question was about Cold Fusion support. AFAIK, NoteTab (pro or lite) has no support for Cold Fusion programmers.
VSCode is a good code editor and there are some Coldfusion extensions available.