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Old 26th October 2009, 05:46 AM
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Need a software to design HTML web pages

Dear all,

I'm not an expert in IT, so I like to design my web pages in visual mode like Dream Weaver or M$ Frontpage.
Could you please introduce to me a good and free software package to design some HTML web pages on Linux?
Thank you very much.
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Old 26th October 2009, 06:28 AM
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yum install seamonkey

Then open Seamonkey and go to Window -> Composer.

Decent WYSIWYG.
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Old 26th October 2009, 11:47 AM
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Kompozer http://kompozer.net/ is similar to Seamonkey but a bit more feature-rich. Check the Search engine on the Forum for details. I see that there's a .8b1 beta available in .tar.gz format for download.
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Old 27th October 2009, 04:15 AM
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I didn't like seamonkey when I tried it (under Win2k), it kept adding html that I didn't want. My pages were pretty simple, so I just ended up using a text editor. I've since moved to Drupal CMS, so now the only html page I have is a custom 404 error page.

If you want to just see the html markup, gedit is good, under >view it gives you different options for highlight mode (i.e. it'll highlight tags and such). Haven't tried Komposer, might be the way to go...
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Old 27th October 2009, 10:36 AM
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Quanta (http://quanta.kdewebdev.org/) is probably closest you can get to Dreamweaver. It's included in one of KDE's development packages (can't remember which - do Yum search for it).
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Regarding Quanta, I'm using the Gnome desktop. Can I use this application, or does it only work in KDE desktop environment? I'm a total nube when it comes to this desktop switching thing.

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Regarding Quanta, I'm using the Gnome desktop. Can I use this application, or does it only work in KDE desktop environment? I'm a total nube when it comes to this desktop switching thing.

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Can't see a reason why it wouldn't work. In The Olde Days they say there were issues running KDE apps in GNOME and vice versa, but it's pretty much now a non-issue. I've never personally seen any issues running KDE apps in GNOME.
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