Is Nvu any good ?
debiani386 at gmail.com
Fri May 4 21:39:07 UTC 2007
> das wrote:
>> On Thu, 2007-05-03 at 08:38 +0930, Brian Astill wrote:
>>> IMHO, Quanta Plus is far superior.
> +1 here too. When the WYSIWYG editors first came out I jumped on the
> bandwagon and exclusively used them for a decade until I noticed I
> became dependant on them and actually started to forget how to code in HTML.
> I have been using Quanta plus the past year and love it. I am able to
> do most things just as fast as I did with the WYSIWYG and don't need to
> waste any time fixing any crappy html code created by the WYSIWYG editors.
> The great thing about quanta+ is that it is really just an an advanced
> editor (Kate) just wrapped up in a great GUI that extends the editor.
> So, your getting the best of the editor world with the good things of
> the WYSIWYG added in.
> Quanta+ is not the only great editor, there are many other similar
> editors that are great as well. I am pretty sure Bluefish is another
> great one.
There is a netscape program out there where you can WYSIWYG edit and
create html files aswell as code them. it is called "netscape composer"
i havent used it on linux, but it works really great as well.
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