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    Looking for an Open Source HTML editor

    I'm looking for a good open source HTML editor for Windows XP. I've tried teh one that comes with Mozilla, but I don't think it's that good.

    Anyone out there with some good suggestions for me?

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    There's NVU if you want a WYSIWYG

    http://www.nvu.com/

    This page lists several free editors, but not necessarily open sourse:
    http://www.thefreecountry.com/webmas...leditors.shtml
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    Yeah, NVU is the best I've seen out there. I've developed this site using NVU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compunuts
    Yeah, NVU is the best I've seen out there. I've developed this site using NVU.
    Is that your dog on that site very cute
    Eat your l33t skillz!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AljoshaNL
    Is that your dog on that site very cute
    Yeap, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compunuts
    Yeah, NVU is the best I've seen out there. I've developed this site using NVU.
    I took a peek at the source for this site and must say that it's good code for a WYSIWYG editor. Did you do any post production hand coding or does it generate that on its own?
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    I have use NVU for only a brief moment, and it doesn't seem to handle tables very well. Merging three rows into one leaves... strange results...
    And yes, I know, tables are the devil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart
    I have use NVU for only a brief moment, and it doesn't seem to handle tables very well. Merging three rows into one leaves... strange results...
    I've done that with NVU and it seems to do the job well.
    And yes, I know, tables are the devil.
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    NVU Usage and Other Stuff

    NVU is an offshoot of the old Mozilla/Netscape Composer software. I started out with Composer, and quickly moved to NVU when I tried it the first time. It does incorporate some refinements which make it easier to generate cleaner code, but I still find I have to use an editor (I like KATE) for some cleanup and such afterward.

    I've looked at Quanta Plus, and it's got some nice features, but I don't think I'm quite there yet. It can be helpful untangling spaghetti'd HTML, though.

    So far, for image maps, nothing beats the GIMP in my experience. I was able to create an image map of the links at Desert Fox Disk Golf Course for my home page in about ten minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cga
    I took a peek at the source for this site and must say that it's good code for a WYSIWYG editor. Did you do any post production hand coding or does it generate that on its own?
    I believed NO WYSIWYG editor will produce clean code that you will desire even if it's the most advanced programs. So, yes, I did some post production stuff but the design and lay out was made with NVU and a few post code clean up but that's about it. And plus manually CSS styling.

    Even with that, I'm very happy with it. If you have ever used MS Frontpage created pages, you will appreciate very much of OSS HTML editors. I've nothing against MS Frontpage but it will try to stump every page even if it's not natively created with its program.

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