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Which HTML editor to use?

Which HTML editor to use?

Posted Mar 11, 2010 12:05 UTC (Thu) by epa (subscriber, #39769)
Parent article: Bluefish 2.0: Slim but powerful

I tried to find a simple HTML editor that my mother would be able to use.
I would like it to generate valid HTML and to be able to round-trip a valid
HTML input file (so changing one word should be a one-line diff, apart maybe
from whitespace). Most editors like Bluefish are quite frightening, with
hundreds of different buttons and toolbars, when I was hoping for a few
simple 'new paragraph', 'insert image', and perhaps a dropdown list of
styles to apply based on a pre-written CSS file. Ideally it would have
a WYSIWYG style of editing (as far as that is possible on the web) rather
than editing the raw HTML code. Any suggestions?

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Which HTML editor to use?

Posted Mar 12, 2010 6:47 UTC (Fri) by thedevil (guest, #32913) [Link]

gwrite seems to be close to what you want.

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