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Favourite HTML Editor?

Posted by Yaba on Apr 18 2006
Quanta32%32%32% 32%
Bluefish5%5%5% 5%
NVU11%11%11% 11%
Eclipse4%4%4% 4%
Kate/Kwrite22%22%22% 22%
vi11%11%11% 11%
XEmacs2%2%2% 2%
Other5%5%5% 5%
I don't need a HTML Editor10%10%10% 10%
Votes: 1177
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 by AlienDUde5300 on: Apr 21 2006
Score 50%

What about Nvu? I use it 98% of the time I html edit. Other 2% goes to Quanta(Used for final touches).

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 by t0maz on: Apr 21 2006
Score 50%

Quanta just has too much stuff that you don't need. Also I find it very bulky and heavy for my system. Kwrite on the other hand is a little bit too light. Luckily there's Kate, perfectly inbetween the two. Perfect for HTML editing in KDE.

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 nano forever

 by aep on: Apr 21 2006
Score 50%


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 by alexdragon on: Apr 23 2006
Score 50%

I dont really create sites bottom up any more...I just dont have the time....but when I edit my site's then I use NVU,,, just because of its simplicity. Quanta ...is useable....but it has so many features that it scares me,,,truth is that I will never even come close to using all of its features, besides im no uber-nerd....i will leave Quanta to those that are...

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 Re: NVU

 by pet on: Apr 23 2006
Score 50%

Agreed (I think), I'm a total novice in this department and actually plan to remain so :). However, since my ISP provides the possibility to create a little homepage I decided to see if I could write "This is my website" and upload it.

I tried Quanta and after wrestling with it for a couple of hours I did not even understand how to begin.

Then I tested NVU and it took me 10 minutes to create and upload a page with the text "This is my website".

Perhaps not a relevant example since I started with no experience whatsoever but I think it may still indicate that NVU interacts better with the user than Quanta.


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 by tux86 on: Apr 23 2006
Score 50%

i use kdevelop most time because i only edit html when i do some php-stuff ;)

but if i have to edit only some small things, i use kwrite.

ii Attention: this person's english is really bad !!

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 by dec0ding on: Apr 23 2006
Score 50%

how nvu is pronounced?

en-view ?
n'v'oo' ?


My vote goes to nvu, it was rubbish but now it is great tool! Nothing more needed for my needs. True web designers use not much of wysiwyg, cause they want to put their fingers directly in the design (java, ruby, python, even c#).

That is

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 Re: nvu

 by leinir on: Apr 24 2006
Score 50%
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon

It sort of sounds like you're mistaking web designers for web programmers ;) While the two may overlap fairly often, they're still different things :) Some people just don't do design very well, some people just don't do programming very well - however both can sometimes need to do tasks that would really be covered by the other. That's where the code editing stuff in programs like nvu comes in... Mainly for design work, but it'll let you do programming as well :)

[/rant] ;)

..Dan // Leinir

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