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misterdimiz
If you are searching for an "easy to use" WYSIWYG html editor, you can use NVU by mozzilla. It's freeware.

http://www.nvu.com/
leodv
Thanks for sharing such a great free software. Smile
sergio_ykz
Its is good, but not powerfull like Dreamweaver, its comparable to the Frontpage...

For Linux development I sugest Quanta, but I don't know really good development program for designer, its more for programmers....
koolbluez
Good old MSFrontPage does a good job... but NVU is what people are going for now...
NVU did bring some problems for me... usage a little tacky.. had probs adapting to it...
But best for a starter is FrontPage...
budazz
i still prefer dreamweaver...
CELR
Thanks for posting this
misterdimiz
Read also this http://frihost.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=14082&highlight=

misterdimiz wrote:
Some links to freeware software here:

NVU - http://www.nvu.com/
HTMLGate Free- http://www.mpsoftware.dk/htmlgate.php
BlueVoda Website Builder - http://www.bluevoda.com/
WYSIWYG Web Builder - http://www.pablosoftwaresolutions.com/

Message to anybody:
If you know some other... post!
win66
I prefer front page.Thank for sharing.
kam311
For me, Frontpage 2003 is the best. As long as the host supports Frontpage extensions, it's very easy to use. Dreamweaver gave me some problems, didn't like it, but it's obviously very powerful.
zima
I think Dreamweaver is the best among the commercial software, even tho it's not very suitable for unexperienced users... Frontpage is good and easy to use (like every program from Microsoft) but the code generated is not always as clean and w3c-compliant as the one done by Dreamweaver!
olag
there is also script edit which is a freeware and is good.
mars
to me,Dreamweaver is the first.
sky
yes, front page or dreamweaver, is always the best...
win66
sky wrote:
yes, front page or dreamweaver, is always the best...



Agree.Who perfer front page then front page is the best but who perfer dreamweaver than dreamweaver is the best. Cool
tony
i am personally a fan of crimson editor - has anyone else used it before? http://crimsoneditor.com . note that this is not a graphical web page-editor like frontpage, dreamweaver, and nvu but rather just a text-based coder. also freeware and maybe open-source.
bananaphone
I use Dreamweaver 8 mainly - but Microsoft Publisher is great for forms!
JagatWorld
one this is for sure,....... whether freeware or demo..... go for FrontPage for ease of use and powerful features.......

If you have time , but not money, better get a demo edition, use it, and uninstall it and again go for reinstalling the demo and use it. It is very good and does not limit any fetures in the demo edition.....

its a gooood piece of software from Microsoft........ Laughing Very Happy Laughing
Rhysige
*shoots himself at the mention of MS Frontpage*

Have any of you devoted users ever looked at the source code? Do you know how to put bold text using just html and notepad. But worst of all do you see the carp that MS Frontpage puts into your code, half of its advertising making the source bloated.
technology.sponge
i use ms frontpage 03 for websites..dreamweavres supposed 2 b more powerful, but i can neva figure out how to use it

btw
mx publisher 03 is good for making web forms

coffeecup software makes a cheap but good wysiwyg html site builder
www.coffeecup.com
bananaphone
technology.sponge wrote:
i use ms frontpage 03 for websites..dreamweavres supposed 2 b more powerful, but i can neva figure out how to use it

btw
mx publisher 03 is good for making web forms

coffeecup software makes a cheap but good wysiwyg html site builder
www.coffeecup.com


Quite right - but GoLive by Adobe is also useful for dynamic content.
Hikaru7
I'm currently using Frontpage, as my goLive is down, and i don't know any other html editors. is dreamweaver realyl that good? whcihc is better, golive, frontpage, dreamweaver, or any other wysiwyg editor?
avk
Thanks for the freeware

BUT

It think Frontpage Is Good But Dreamweaver is Better.....

Avk :-)
technology.sponge
bananaphone wrote:
technology.sponge wrote:
i use ms frontpage 03 for websites..dreamweavres supposed 2 b more powerful, but i can neva figure out how to use it

btw
mx publisher 03 is good for making web forms

coffeecup software makes a cheap but good wysiwyg html site builder
www.coffeecup.com


Quite right - but GoLive by Adobe is also useful for dynamic content.


Adobe GoLive is useful????
Its the worst piece of software iv used in web design, i uninstalled mine within 5 days
desertwind
koolbluez wrote:
But best for a starter is FrontPage...


budazz wrote:
i still prefer dreamweaver...


But whose gonna pay for these for me ? Wink
Animal
You could get Serif Web Plus 6 for free from

http://www.freeserifsoftware.com

You need to give them your email address for the serial code, but after that you can easily unsubscribe from any mailing lists. The software's not too great, but for web-beginners, it gives you quite a good idea of what's what and you can get a fairly simple site set up in not much time.

Obviously, the paid solutions like Dreamweaver and Net Objects are much better, but as far as an absolutely free commercial product goes, it's ok.


Just to quickly clarify - when I say you get a free copy, it's all above board - it's not an illegal site or anything. Serif give away their older versions of software hoping you'll like it and upgrade to the newest version. Some of their other stuff is quite good too - PhotoPlus and PagePlus for photo editing and desktop publishing respectively.
KHO
l still prefer coding by hand Neutral
abramovich
I use NVU
ck88
Personally I use Dreamweaver 8 and a German freeware text editor called Proton which does syntax highlighting for a lot of languages and mixes like php in html or javascript in html. Another great but unfortunately only German freeware editor is phase5. Not really WYSIWYG, but free. Comparable is NVU, also not really WYSIWYG, but with a nice layout. For easy flash editing I use KoolMoves Lite.
If you read German take a look at Proton or Phase5. I really like both and they are free.
Vrythramax
While Dreamweaver & Frontpage *seem* to be the most used editors in this forum, lets not forget some of the manual editors out there like Coffeecup and or Homesite, both of which require at least a basic knowledge of html and how to construct a proper webpage.
misterdimiz
Animal wrote:
You could get Serif Web Plus 6 for free from

http://www.freeserifsoftware.com

You need to give them your email address for the serial code, but after that you can easily unsubscribe from any mailing lists. The software's not too great, but for web-beginners, it gives you quite a good idea of what's what and you can get a fairly simple site set up in not much time.

Obviously, the paid solutions like Dreamweaver and Net Objects are much better, but as far as an absolutely free commercial product goes, it's ok.


Just to quickly clarify - when I say you get a free copy, it's all above board - it's not an illegal site or anything. Serif give away their older versions of software hoping you'll like it and upgrade to the newest version. Some of their other stuff is quite good too - PhotoPlus and PagePlus for photo editing and desktop publishing respectively.


Cool! It seems good.
Nice tip. Wink
Vrythramax
There is also another very good editor out there that has not been mentioned in this forum, it is called Amaya and it is published by the World Wide Web Consortium. It is 100% free and has features not found in other editors. Here is a quote from thier website:
Quote:
Amaya started as an HTML + CSS style sheets editor. Since that time it was extended to support XML and an increasing number of XML applications such as the XHTML family, MathML, and SVG. It allows all those vocabularies to be edited simultaneously in compound documents.


It is available for download at: http://www.w3.org/Amaya/

Try it out....you may like it.
misterdimiz
Vrythramax wrote:
There is also another very good editor out there that has not been mentioned in this forum, it is called Amaya and it is published by the World Wide Web Consortium. It is 100% free and has features not found in other editors. Here is a quote from thier website:
Quote:
Amaya started as an HTML + CSS style sheets editor. Since that time it was extended to support XML and an increasing number of XML applications such as the XHTML family, MathML, and SVG. It allows all those vocabularies to be edited simultaneously in compound documents.


It is available for download at: http://www.w3.org/Amaya/

Try it out....you may like it.


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