I would just like to bump this question up as I cannot for the life of me find any reference to Tag Editor in CF Builder 3. Nor any reference to it being removed. Is this a bug?
I would check its detail and would let you know if its available through the feature or workaround..
So almost 2 months later and no word yet? Can someone from Adobe PLEASE answer this question?
@Tim, not the official answer you want, but to be clear, there are MANY things that were in CF Builder 2, which are no longer in CFBuilder 3. And they are NOT all documented individually as having been dropped.
You can find various places from Adobe that discuss how and why CF Builder 3 is so different from CFB 2, such as ColdFusion Thunder – It’s all new IDE — Adobe ColdFusion Blog. The biggest point is that CFBuilder 2 had included a bundled commercial tool called Aptana, which offered some of those HTML-oriented features you seek (though not nearly as much as would be found in Dreamweaver, and to a lesser extent HomeSite). They dropped that Aptana plugin in CFB3 for a number of reasons (see the link), and while they rewrote some of the things it did, they simply did not completely replicate it.
So yes, you may find things discussed in CFB2 docs that are not in CFB3, and nothing may delineate its specific removal. And yes, you may find that some things you (and many of us) loved in HS (or DW) never made it to CFB at all. They are 3 different tools, each with different focuses. Sadly, not all CFML developers are the same, and no one fits everyone. There are things each do that the other does not. With CFBuilder now the only CFML editor from Adobe, that does leave some "out in the cold". You may want to check out Sublime Text, which many former users of all 3 editors/IDEs have found was a good middle ground solution for them.
Finally, as for no one from Adobe having responded, I'll just point out that there is no guarantee of Adobe replies in these forums. They are community-supported. Adobe folks MAY well respond to some, but I'm afraid you just can't expect that.
Hope this was helpful, at least.