On 01/02/2013 06:26 PM, SilverTip257 wrote: > On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 3:33 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote: > >> On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> >> wrote: >>> I am looking for a wsyiwyg html editor for note taking as I build up a >>> system to note what I am doing. I typically just use gedit, but this >>> system's notes are getting complex, and using code tabs, lists, and the >>> like would make it more enduring. > Gedit supports tabs. > I'm not sure what you mean by "code tabs" tags. Typo. <code> ... </code> > > Bluefish or Geany might be helpful, even if they aren't WYSIWYG editors. Looked a bit at Bluefish, not Geany. > > Take a peek at Kompozer or Amaya. Kompozer, I would have to build. I have enough on my plate right now, and HOPED to get something to 'just' install via yum. Did not look at Amaya. > But like Mark points out, WYSIWYG html editors aren't all that great (and > yes, Adobe Dreamweaver isn't perfect either). I am trying Seamonkey -edit per Harald, and it ALMOST looks ok. But the Wiki idea is something I have wanted to tackle anyway. > > >>> I am looking at lonote on my F17 notebook, but I would like to do the >>> note taking directly on the Centos system. >>> >>> Just basic html. Image inclusions if I do screen captures would be nice >>> too. > >> 2nd recommendation is that if you want online html documentation, use >> a wiki with its own editor and simple markup instead of transferring >> files around. I like twiki, but mediawiki is probably more popular >> and there are many other choices. That way you only need a browser >> and it won't matter what OS you have locally. >> > +1 for using a wiki for your documentation Will look into this more. > >> Finally, if you do need to use an editor to save files as html, >> libreoffice writer should work, but be sure you work with the view in >> 'web layout' and do the formatting with styles from the F11 menu with >> 'html' selected at the bottom.