jessejazza3.uk at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 19:59:14 UTC 2014
It does and I used to use it. I haven't been that successful at compiling...
there is a bit of a learning curve.
If it's urgent you may like to use Komposer or Gwrite which are in the repos -
I use them for ebay sales. For websites you may like the advanced features that
many other html editors offer that are available in repos.
On Fri, 6 Jun 2014, Vinny Ray wrote:
> My question involves software that is not listed in the Ubuntu Software
> I am wanting to install Mozilla Seamonkey. It contains a "HTML composer"
> which is what I use to edit and create websites.
> In windows you download the file, click on the .exe file and it installs.
> Apparently that doesn’t work in Linux.
> I downloaded the proper file ( seamonkey-2.26.tar-3.bz2 )
> However I have no idea what to do with it.
> I would also be interested in the name of any other good HTML editor that
> runs nicely on Linux if anyone knows of a good "simple" one. I don't mind
> switching editors. I just don't know what to search for in the Software
> Center and I have not been able to even find one in there.
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