[thelist] Good WYSIWYG Editor

VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 09:29:39 CDT 2005

Just my 2 cents; try not to use WYSIWYG. There has been a recent and
long discussion on that, so I do not want to start a new one. It is
only and only my humble belief/opinion, whatever you name it.

If you still want to use it, DreamWeaver MX is one of the best
alternatives around.


On 6/9/05, Hershel Robinson <hershelr at netvision.net.il> wrote:
> I have a client with two sites. One of his sites uses a proper CMS and
> has funding etc. The other site has no funding but the owners are
> basically satisfied with it and update it actively. They use a software
> package called DreamWeaver Version 3. Some of you may have read about
> such a software package--I believe it was available for purchase
> sometime late last century. :)
> Anyhow, they are willing now to consider upgrading to something
> different. Upgrading to the current DreamWeaver is probably more than
> they want to spend. They use DreamWeaver 3 for nothing more than basic
> WYSIWYG HTML editing. They have been using it for FTP also, but since it
> has proven buggy, I am introducing them now to Filezilla.
> Can anyone suggest an alternative WYSIWYG editor?
> Thanks.
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