Don't use WYSIWYG editors, but I heard CoffeeCup is really good. It's
shareware though as opposed to GPL. IBM's websphere homepage builder is
supposed to be very like Dreamweaver, it's also commercial though.
As far as non-WYSIWYG editors go, BlueFish(GNOME) and Quanta Plus(KDE) are
really good. They're both GPL as well. I use BlueFish personally.
>>What im looking for is a dreamweaver type prog
>that will work under linux.
>>Iv looked on sourceforge and found a few progs that seem promising.
>>But before i start the headache of actually
>downloading any files....
>Has anyone used a prog like this??
>What did ye think etc??
>>Thanks in advance,
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