Re: wysiwyg html editor
David Pastern wrote:
> >Subject: wysiwyg html editor
> >I'm looking for a wysiwyg html editor. I've tried several ones but
> none really cortresponds to my needs:
> >mozilla / netscape composer: does not handle frameset
> Well...what's wrong with using VI? Hell I used notepad to do all of my
> website (and I was a newbie to html/webdesign). Best way to learn if you
> ask me. All these wysiwyg html editors make you dumb imho. Yes i've had a
> look at adobe go-live, microsoft visual studio, dreamweaver and none of them
> really impressed me to say the least.
> I'm not really aware of any linux wysiwyg html editors out there...but then
> i'm newish to linux so...others on the list may be aware...
> A good site to learn basic html is:
I've tried doing html manually, but the main problem i've had
is visuallizing how tables within tables ends up looking. Is
there a trick to this? Is it just a matter of previewing the
page after every few edits?