Re: What WYSIWYG HTML creators/editors run on KDE?
Le Mercredi 24 Octobre 2001 23:52, Jens Benecke a écrit :
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 01:06:18PM -0700, tluxt wrote:
> > Netscape navigator had an editor. Using Konqueror, I can't find such an
> > editor with KDE. Is there a separate WYSIWYG HTML editor that is part of
> > the KDE project? If no, are there any other WYSIWYG HTML editors that
> > run properly on KDE?
> There are several good HTML editors out there, like Quanta for example.
> They aren't WYSIWYG, because then they'd have to emulate 1000 bugs of at
> least the couple main browsers.
> Writing HTML like a word processor is a BAD IDEA (imho), because no HTML
> can be as clean and optimized than manually written one. Quanta has table,
> form etc. wizards but you do get to write HTML code yourself, which I
> believe is the best of all worlds.
> Most Dreamweaver/Frontpage/... generated sites just suck. In used bandwidth
> (1000s of small few-pixel-graphics), in layout ("optimized" for one browser
> = emulating its rendering bugs -> doesn't work on any others), in loading
> time (overbloated HTML), and so on.
Is it a good reason why kde don't need an html editor ?
I don't speak english very well, and i think wiswig editors AND text editors
have their favours and their disavantages, but both are compementaires.
> btw, I use vim. ;)
> just my EUR 0.02
There is curently a wyswyg html editor in
development for kde. it is like dreamweaver, and based on khtml. His name is
kafka. it is not usable yet, but he is in active development.
the home page of the project : http://www.asci.fr/kde/kafka/
a screenshot, that remember dreamweaver :