Bluefish is my personal favourite. Have heard good things about Quanta too
(they're both pretty similar). Think it all boils down to which are you,
GNOME or KDE? Neither of them are WYSIWYG editors though so you won't get
the same interface as FrontPage/Hotmetal/Dreamweaver, you'll have to get
down and dirty with HTML. I think you have to go commercial if you want
full-fledged WYSIWYG (although Mozilla Composer is supposed to be quite
>From: "adam beecher" <lists at spamfilter.cc>
>To: <cork at linux.ie>
>Subject: RE: [CLUG] WEB page development
>Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 15:08:29 +0100
>> > oh ;-) well as Adam mentioned, bluefish is nice - quanta is also an
> > option ( TBH I haven't used either much )
> > http://quanta.sourceforge.net/> >
>Oops, sorry, Quanta is the one I've heard good things about, not Amaya.
>Dunno much about Amaya tbh.
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