[lug] Simple web development / HTML editors?
fschmid at archenergy.com
Wed Sep 4 11:19:12 MDT 2002
Quanta isn't bad - http://quanta.sourceforge.net
It offers writing some standard code for you (table layouts...).
Scott Herod wrote:
> I agree with James. I confess that I only write HTML for design docs and
> for things to hand off to the tech. docs person so I don't care for
> anything fancy. I should add that I have found StarOffice's editor useful
> for creating tables.
> On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Harris, James wrote:
>>I don't do much with HTML, but, I've found Mozilla's Composer to be
>>half-decent. I thought it was fairly easy to use and it had enough
>>functionality to meet my needs.
>>>From: John Dollison [mailto:johndollison at hotmail.com]
>>>Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 10:47 PM
>>>To: lug at lug.boulder.co.us
>>>Subject: [lug] Simple web development / HTML editors?
>>>What are some of the more popular HTML editors / web
>>>designers for Linux, that would be fairly easy for newbies to
>>>set up and use? I did a Google search and came up with
>>>BlueFish, Quanta+, CoffeCup, and others. Right now I need
>>>"ease of use" more than "rich features".
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