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I just installed Kompozer on my Fedora 11 install and it works well. I chose the unstable version (most recent), but if your not adventurous, you can choose the stable version. First, go to the http://kompozer.net/download.php site and click on the kompozer-0.7.10-i386.rpm link (or whatever version you wish). Make sure you don't click on the big yellow download button, click on one of the RPM choices. Then, when the download window comes up, it should have the "Open with" choice marked, and "Package Installer (default) should be in the window. Just click "OK" and it should install.
I came across this and other nice ideas for Fedora while reading the howtoforge article Titled "The Perfect Desktop - Fedora 11". Link follows:
emacs or VI is too hard for me,a beginner,I heard about bluefish and komposer,I am installing bluefish
I cannot open the http://kompozer.net/download.php site ,neither can I through google.com,perhaps,network respond have timed out
On the site: http://kompozer.net/download.php site I thought I chose the version above:
but now as I check on my fedora box I see I have version:
Fedora Core 10 RPM package (32-bit)
kompozer-0.8a4-1.fc10.i386.rpm (10.2 MB) — contributed by Ismael Olea
It's funny, because I found the original question right after I downloaded kompozer, and copied and pasted the info as soon as I was sure that it worked. Sorry for the confusion.
For the limited time I've used it on Fedora 11, it's working fine.