On Mon, 03 May 1999 10:52:31 -0500, "Ronald L. Chichester"
>I'm looking for a good web page building software program that runs on
>Linux. What web page editors do you all like? I like HomeSite by
>Allaire (on NT), and am looking for something in that same "category."
>I'm sure that many of you are satisfied with an ASCII editor, but there
>are those of us who like having a built-for-purpose program because it
>is easier for novice users to do something productive.
This the WRONG forum, but perhaps this answer may help you.
In the larger extent of things, we are trying to communicate
with one another. Before the web we had many forms of try to
make presentations and communications (BBS, DCE, ANSI, M$-Win).
Today you are faced with the notion that you'd like to
make a presentation, but make quikly and easily.
For this there are many "web" editors. The truth is that
each of these editors is bundled and package according to
the likes of it's customer base, or the in case of many
"free" programs, the taste of the programer.
What you want is something you are familar with, something
that you don't have to learn, something you can use over
and over again. We'll if you are planning to use this
occasionally or very lightly, then flip a coin.
The best HTML, I've seen, is done by hand. The best clones
rip-off other peoples HTML work. If you want your work to be
good or admired or just different, learn to use 'vi'
or someother ASCII editor. Otherwise, if you want canned,
prepackage or bundled use Netscape GOLD or something like
And last of all, you want the HTML forum:
If you have to read the docs, it's broken.
I hate making mistakes.
You can check my spelling at: http://work.ucsd.edu:5141/cgi-bin/http_webster