Looking For WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by dude_funk, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. dude_funk

    dude_funk Guest

    Hi All,

    I use Microsoft Publisher 98 (on a desktop Wintel) for basic HTML editing. I've tried using Netscape's built-in Composer but it gives me a headache.

    I want to move my HTML publishing work on a laptop (for mobility, obviously). And the only laptop I have is a Graphite iBook.

    Is there a simple WYSIWYG HTML editor (similar to Publisher 98) for OS X?

    I don't need Flash nor animation nor javascript stuff capability but I don't want to manually type all tabs on TextEdit. I just need the ability to preliminary layout a page without going into code.

    Thanks in advance.
    :)
     
  2. de2

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    you can try Adobe GoLive or Macromedia DreamWeaver.

    both runs in OSX.
     
  3. mgd

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    Personally, I prefer Dreamweaver. The WYSIWYG editor produces the cleanest code I've seen so far. Haven't tried GoLive so I can't say how well it codes. You can check versiontracker for more "lightweight" editors. :)
     
  4. dude_funk

    dude_funk Guest


    Dreamweaver is expensive, right?

    I'll take your offer on checking versiontracker.

    Thanks mjd and de2 :beer:
     

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