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Chinaman's suggestion, NVU, the extended Mozilla, is useful.
You may not even need more than the basic Mozilla homepage editor, if it is basic HTML. Also, OpenOffice.org has a homepage/HTML editor.
You should be able to find them with the package manager. What is the distribution?
I just installed Nvu, it was compiled with gcc 2.95, but runs just fine with my gcc 3.3. It seems to be a very good web building program, not as close to dreamweaver or frontpage as I was hoping, but close enough to be pretty easy to figure out.
Originally posted by Cyric I just installed Nvu, it was compiled with gcc 2.95, but runs just fine with my gcc 3.3. It seems to be a very good web building program, not as close to dreamweaver or frontpage as I was hoping, but close enough to be pretty easy to figure out.
The development of N|VU is still in progress, also on the tutorial / manual there is work to do, but the work is in progress.
It might not yet be like frontpage or dreamweaver, but it is the goal to reach it, or even if possible be better.
It is also mulit platform, Linux, Windows and MacOS X are supported.