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    I'm looking for a good one. CompoZer is outdated, SeaMonkey is confusing and I can't find anything that so far, compares to Frontpage (ahhh, manually ripping out the standards breaking tags... such a good past time). Should I look for a good one, or give up and use Gedit or Plone?

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    NVU o Quanta+ are good options ... quanta has a very decent inline editor and CSS options, and very good source editor (autocomplete and all that stuff)

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    You can find some HTML editor options here:

    HTML | Linux App Finder

    I personally prefer normal text editors such as gedit and kwrite better because most of the wysiwyg editors tend to produce horrible code. The last time I used FrontPage (and that's been years), the code was some of the worst I've ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    You can find some HTML editor options here:

    HTML | Linux App Finder

    I personally prefer normal text editors such as gedit and kwrite better because most of the wysiwyg editors tend to produce horrible code. The last time I used FrontPage (and that's been years), the code was some of the worst I've ever seen.
    Frontpage gave me a 100kb HTML output once. For a simple bit of text. 50kb was the box it was in .

    Checking out Screem. Looks good.

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