WYSYWIG editors

  1. Syncopator's Avatar
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    WYSIWYG editors


    I need a more modern, and free, editor, as the old Dreamweaver I use produces HTML 4 which doesn't work properly in Google Chrome or Firefox..

    I've searched for suitable software and found Blue Griffon, Kompzer, Open Element, SeaMokey, Toweb7, Aloha, and Web Trial.

    If anyone has experience of any of these would you be so good as to tell me their pros and cons.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by Syncopator; 2 Weeks Ago at 07:52.
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    i use jetbrains phpstorm PhpStorm: The Lightning-Smart IDE for PHP Programming by JetBrains when i am programming in html and then i upload the page to my ftp. it's a good software. in the past i used to use dreamweaver
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  3. Syncopator's Avatar
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    That program doesn't, as far as I can see, feature WYSIWYG.
    Last edited by Syncopator; 2 Weeks Ago at 08:26.
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    Syncopator said: View Post
    I need a more modern, and free, editor, as the old Dreamweaver I use produces HTML 4 which doesn't work properly in Google Chrome or Firefox..

    I've searched for suitable software and found Blue Griffon, Kompzer, Open Element, SeaMokey, Toweb7, Aloha, and Web Trial.

    If anyone has experience of any of these would you be so good as to tell me their pros and cons.

    Thank you.
    Hi there
    this might suit your needs --although depending on what you require parts of it aren't free (69 EUR) but it's still in development --I.e maintenance is ongoing so it's not discontinued.

    BlueGriffon


    cheers
    jimbo
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  5. Syncopator's Avatar
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    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there
    this might suit your needs --although depending on what you require parts of it aren't free (69 EUR) but it's still in development --I.e maintenance is ongoing so it's not discontinued.
    BlueGriffon
    cheers
    jimbo

    Thank you jimbo.

    I think I will have to download and try one or two and give them a try.

    your good health,

    David
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