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Hello, I am currently looking for a GUI based WYSIWYG on the lines of NET FUSION for Windows. I still currently have a single win based pc left on the ...
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    GUI Based Webpage Development Kit


    Hello, I am currently looking for a GUI based WYSIWYG on the lines of NET FUSION for Windows. I still currently have a single win based pc left on the network for the sole purpose of NET Fusion and DVD creation. I can do easily with the DVD creation utilities on Linux but I need a powerful, yet easy to use (its all relative) web development kit.

    I need this for Fedora Core 6, thanks in advance for any possible options.

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    What, you mean something like Quanta Plus, Bluefish, or NVU? Nahhh, you could have found those easy with Google, perhaps you want something really special.

    Personally, I do all my web development with vim and kate; text editors rule when writing html.
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    I currently have Bluefish, Quanta, and Screem setup but they do not have the features I am looking for. I have a copy of NVU but it will not install on FC6.
    What I am looking for will need a bit more umph than a text editor. One reason is I have gotten use to NetFusion which has built in ability for SQL linking files, and acceptance of multiple languages. Other reason is I am just too lazy.
    Main reason I like computers is they do all the work and you get all the glory.

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