Re: web authoring tool
* Hal Vaughan <firstname.lastname@example.org> [030421 17:12]:
> One of the gaping holes in open source is a good WYSIWYG HTML editor.
> (My experience is that more and more programmes write their HTML by
> hand and consider WYSIWYG HTML for "users.") I've found two programs
> that work for web editing. Open Office works, but is not the best --
> it has some problems, like not allowing tables within tables. IBM has
> a demo verison of their Websphere HomePage Builder that is free, but
> pops up a requester every 15 minutes or so. There are versions for
> Linux and that other well known OS. (You can disable the requestor for
> If you find any other WYSIWYG HTML editor, I'd like to know about it.
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