[CentOS] Upping my game on web work

Wed Nov 21 15:57:52 UTC 2018
Peter Duffy <peter at pwduffy.org.uk>

The only web editor out of which I've ever got any mileage at all was bluegriffon - but the only time I've tried it was about 5 years ago, when it was both fully free and quite unstable (it was undergoing a lot of development work.)  It's not fully free now, and it remains to be seen how stable it is now (I should give it another go.)  Worth trying though.

On 21 November 2018 15:26:46 GMT+00:00, mark <m.roth at 5-cent.us> wrote:
>Frank Cox wrote:
>> On Wed, 21 Nov 2018 09:02:38 -0500
>> Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>>> What 'simple' web support tools do we have here?
>> Libreoffice can create a html page from a word processor document.
>> I've done that a few times where I do the basic layout with
>> and then hand-edit the html to fine tune it.  But my web pages aren't
>> usually anything exceptionally fancy.
>No word processor produces anything but absolute 100% pure crap HTML.
>Every single line has every possible option, and a few extras.
>The one HTML editor I ever tried, Quanta, had the lovely habit of, once
>you hit ?display", when you went back to editing, it has left justified
>*every* *line*.
>I hate to suggest it, but something like WordPress might be what you
>if that's not overkill.
>      mark "my web pages proudly built in vi"
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