web authoring for newbies?

Gabriel Dragffy dragffy at yandex.ru
Sat Mar 4 02:24:24 GMT 2006


Not forgetting Amaya which is created by W3C schools, and you can download 
the .deb from their website. It's WSIWYG, and sure to create decent code, the 
last time I looked it was at version 9.3 but that could have changed since 
last week ;)

Gabe


On Saturday 04 March 2006 03:38, lordSauron wrote:
> On 3/3/06, Richard Crawford <rscrawford at mossroot.com> wrote:
> > On Friday 03 March 2006 08:38, Stratos Laspas wrote:
> > > Any suggestions for a linux web authoring tool?
> > > I know vi is the best :-) but how about a nice, graphical, easy to use,
> > > grow-as-you-go kind of editing/previewing/uploading/blogging one?
> >
> > I like Quanta+ a lot, though it seems to get unstable when you're trying
> > to edit really large files.  I've heard other people praise NVu and
> > Bluefish as well.
>
> Quanta+ is awesome.  Personally, if you've got files large enough to
> tick off Quanta, you need to be fragmenting your scripts some more.
>
> Quanta has some great support for PHP, and I really like it a lot.
> It's better than DreamWeaver MX by a good margin as well.
>
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