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18May/111

He was born BlueGriffon, an HTML editor based on the rendering engine of Firefox

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Not so long ago themselves parlava of KompoZer: an HTML editor created by the code of abandoned NCE, who was born in the Code of abandoned Mozilla Composer and Netscape Gold. From 10 May, instead arises BlueGriffon, another fork of the project released under the triple license: "Mozilla Public License 1.1", "GNU General Public License Version 2" and "GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1". The first announcement on the official website (dated 30 September two years ago) reads these words:

18Feb/115

The best HTML editor for non-commercial Linux

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Anyone who has ever tried to create piagne HTML with Linux you will certainly clashed with the lack of WYSIWYG software developed ad hoc for our favorite operating system. Fortunately, today this "gap" is filled only in part due to the development of some open source programs that attempt to compensate for the lack of development in Dreamweaver (or still commercial alternatives) su piattaforma Linux, but in many ways we are still far from having reached the usability of Dreamweaver or similar.

Today we see some of the best software for 'editing WYSIWYG developed natively for Linux. Thank you the blog web distortion translated for the advice that I report below.