What's a good or best free WYSIWYG editor?
Is there anything that will generate a CSS to use across a number of pages? I got basic stuff but want to pull things like repetitive links so i only have to change the one thing.
In general, WYSIWYG editors are not that great. They generate code that just isn't... quite right. This is just a department that requires a bit of a human touch to be able to interpret how you want something to act, not just how it should appear. It needs to be aware of it's position in the document as well as it's surrounding elements. For the sake of learning just a little bit of HTML and CSS, it'll take you a loooong way, and it's real simple compared to most other things. There's really only a few key concepts, and the rest can just be retained in Google's memory.
Originally Posted by Jaffasoft
Now, as for text editors, I'm a Mac user, and I'm all about TextMate. Beautiful, simple, beautiful, LOVE IT! I'm in pain if I don't have access to it, and at ~$50, it's totally worth it.
it includes new features for building sites with WordPress, new CSS enhancements and a new set of tools that let you see code changes in real time as you work, much like the popular Firebug add-on.Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 is a computer program that you can use to create and maintain a website.
it is good for edit the any info.
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