On 7/2/09, Niki Kovacs <contact at kikinovak.net> wrote: > Lanny Marcus a écrit : >> Looks like for the moment, >> KompoZer is the easiest thing for me to use on Linux. It lacks a lot >> of stuff I'm used to in M$ FrontPage > > It took my 15-year-old nephew about two rainy afternoons to learn XHTML > and CSS. All those WYSIWYG tools will allow you to make websites in the > sense that chickens fly and horses swim. Glad your nephew was able to learn that so quickly. I will begin learning..... You are very correct. When I was on a horse in a river recently, he was able to walk and didn't need to swim. You are more than correct about the early version of M$ FrontPage (2000) that I have. Bad code is what it produces, but it allowed me to produce a decent looking web site, very quickly.