Re: HTML Editor
- From: Ed Mullen <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 00:03:48 -0400
Raymond SCHMIT wrote:
On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 22:34:52 -0400, Ed Mullen <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Rick wrote:array7@xxxxxxxxx wrote:It produces crappy code. Even its successor, Nvu, still produces crappy codeOn Jul 28, 2:32 pm, "Phonedude" <foned...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:SeaMonkey has a pretty good editor--Called composerI have been using Notepad to edit the website I've volunteered to create andI've been looking for one myself and unfortunately as soon as you
maintain --http://www.mclriverview.organd have finally got to the point
where I am looking for something a little more efficient to use. I see some
good things about Coffeecup, but was wondering what the experienced users of
this group use. Note that I am not yet interested in Java or scripting and
have been simply maintaining my CSS and HTML in notepad and for now that's
all I want to enhance.
start going across platform and scripting (server-side) you quickly
run out of options.
I ended up being back to text editors.
Old Mozilla (pre-Firefox) had a fairly decent editor though, not 100%
WYSIWYG, but close. And you could always generate HTML that was
working in IE in it.
And you could also grab a page from the web and edit it without too
much overhead, like a billion folders etc.
There is no substitute for actually /learning/ HTML and CSS.
Do you think that http://kompozer.sourceforge.net/ will also produce
"crappy code" ?
Kompozer is built on the same code as Nvu and Mozilla Composer. So, yes.
Crappy is probably too strong a word. It's better than a lot of WYSIWYG editors but it is far from perfect. Again, actually knowing what you're doing is the best way.
If an orange is orange, why isn't a lime called a green or a lemon called a yellow?
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