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    Dreamweaver equivalent


    I have a web design class where we use dreamweaver, and this project i am doing is getting kind of daunting so i was wondering if you could direct me to a piece of software that i can use to work on my project at home because the only thing i will run is linux. I need it to work on ubuntu 11.04 Thanks

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    I'm a bit of a minimalist, so I'd say:

    Graphic Editor with syntax highlighting + Browser + Terminal for tailing webserver logs

    in my case, nedit + firefox + rxvt

    install the Firebug and Web Developer Firefox add-ons, too.

    and have the Firefox Error Console open, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champ_weller View Post
    I have a web design class where we use dreamweaver, and this project i am doing is getting kind of daunting so i was wondering if you could direct me to a piece of software that i can use to work on my project at home because the only thing i will run is linux. I need it to work on ubuntu 11.04 Thanks
    Take a look at the apps at the following database to see if any of those might work for you:

    HTML | Linux App Finder

    In most cases, it won't cost you anything but some of your time to test them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scathefire View Post
    Unfortunately, that thread is 3-4 years out of date, so a lot of stuff has either been superseded, or the links don't work any longer.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Unfortunately, that thread is 3-4 years out of date, so a lot of stuff has either been superseded, or the links don't work any longer.
    It was the first thing Google gave me
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    Quote Originally Posted by scathefire View Post
    It was the first thing Google gave me
    Yeah. Sometimes I do that also, before thinking to look at the dates... Oh well, we all suffer from brain farts from time to time.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Dreamweaver equivalent
    The only true equivalent would be Dreamweaver for Linux but I'm not aware of there being a version for Linux. You could check the WINE Applications Database to see if anyone has been able to run Dreamweaver under Linux using WINE, but it's doubtful that anyone has had much success doing so:

    WineHQ - Wine Application Database
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    Ok, this is actually from this year. So it should be a bit more fresh.

    Is there anything like Dreamweaver for Linux/Ubuntu? - Quora

    Looks like I'll have to filter a bit better next time.
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    If you don't mind hand coding, then take a look at Aptana Studio. Quanta Plus in KDE is also very good.

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