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Re: OT: HTML Editors



Norm wrote:
I am trying to find a FC6 compatible html editor that works well with the W3C standards and also offers a gui layout process. Seamonkey has the gui process but strips out some cosing tags that the W3c standards require. Bluefish does not strip out the tags but is a text only style editing process. The text only editing process works for me but as I am trying to find a gui driven w3c compliant editor for a entry newbe web design course I am working on I would prefer to instruct the basics from a gui perspective.
Anyone know of a FC6 compatible w3c compliant gui html editor.
Seamonkey has a built-in HTML composer. Very convenient as I use Seamonkey, rather than Firefox.

Mozilla.org has a project called Editor to continue development of a stand-alone HTML composer. I think you have to get the source and build it though. http://www.mozilla.org/editor/

Then there is NVu http://www.nvu.com/index.php and spin off of the original Mozilla composer.


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