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I'm just wondering if there is any good software for designing websites, I've been working on a website in a few programs like dreamweaver/Frontpage/ but now i'm on linux, i need some good programs to finish it
but i think HTML syntax easily lead to produce errors.
so i suggest to use a good program to create HTML webpage. Learning HTML prgramming make your page more powerfull and flexible. so knowledge of html is an essence
I have to disagree with you dorward. dreamweaver is a nice program, as you edit in the WYSIWYG window you can also see what is going on in the html code, and the same the other way around. And also dreamweaver doesnt add alot of crap like front page, or other microsoft editors do. But this isnt about windows software, just thought I would voice my opinon
In linux I use netscape/mozilla to get the basic layout of the page going then edit it vim whenever I need to update it. I tried some of the other text editors, but netscape/mozilla does everything I need.
bluefish is a nice html editor. i had worked with golive on mac before. this is closer to the core. some knowledge of html is recommended anyway when you design websites. so why not give it a serious try? there´s an alternative called quanta. guess you can get it at quanta.sourceforge.org or so.
Originally posted by hanzerik And also dreamweaver doesnt add alot of crap like front page, or other micro$oft editors do.
Dreamweaver doesn't add as much crap as other editors I've encountered, but it still adds quite a lot. It also doesn't do a good job at seperating style from structure (which is the point of mordern HTML/CSS). Dreamweaver is without a doubt the best in its field, but that doesn't make it good.