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boyinfrance 06-16-2002 07:05 AM

WYSIWYG html editor
Is there a good WYSIWYG html editor (like dreamweaver or Frontpage) for Linux?

sakeeb 06-16-2002 07:41 AM

this question is asked before. use search option.

many of the office packages gives you html editor. also netscape has html editor

Ztyx 06-16-2002 06:17 PM

Try "screem". I haven't tried it myself although I have it installed because it came with my Mandrake 8.2 distro.

X11 06-17-2002 12:53 AM

You could try downloading Openoffice. Then use the HTML Editor in that. The file you'll be looking for is call oooweb.


1. Open up a console/terminal type. Change to the directory you downloaded it to and untar it and extract it by typing: tar zxvf <package name>
2. change to the directory it created.
3 . type ./setup to install Openoffice.
4. Follow the steps in the graphic setup program.
5. Once you have installed it change to the directory you installed it to.
6. Then change to the directory under it (Openoffice) called program.
7. Type ./oooweb and then it should start.
NOTE: You may have to install Openoffice for each user on your system that you use.

tundra 06-18-2002 01:05 AM

or you can try quanta. i think it's at
do a search...

X11 06-18-2002 01:41 AM

Sorry, I made a mistake on step 7 it's ./sweb not ./oooweb

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