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I use FC4. I am just wondering if there is any software for linux that is close to dreamweaver. I am pretty picky. I hate front page and netscape/mozilla composer. ...
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    Dreamweaver


    I use FC4.
    I am just wondering if there is any software for linux that is close to dreamweaver. I am pretty picky. I hate front page and netscape/mozilla composer. I am those who would rather type the code out, than to use something that is stupid. Any suggestions?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: Dreamweaver

    Quote Originally Posted by bonniehandi
    I use FC4.
    I am just wondering if there is any software for linux that is close to dreamweaver. I am pretty picky. I hate front page and netscape/mozilla composer. I am those who would rather type the code out, than to use something that is stupid. Any suggestions?

    Thank you very much.
    If typing code is what you're into, I'd check out bluefish. You should be able to install it with yum.
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    Quanta Plus may also be what you are looking for.

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    dreamweaver

    Hi,


    You can also install dreamweaver on your computer using codeweaver's CrossOver Office Professional 5.0


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    Well you could use wine, I don't if all of dreamweaver will work though

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    I thought Dreamweaver was WYSIWYG...

    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Quanta Plus may also be what you are looking for.

    Bryan
    ditto

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    Thank you for all your suggestions.
    I think Quanta Plus is what I was looking for.

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    DreamWeaver is WYSIWYG I think

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    NVU is also WYSIWYG.
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