Wed Dec 20 18:30:40 NZDT 2000
I would suggest a combination of emacs which I believe can do an HTMl mode
and your favourite browser (netscape etc.)
As for the ftp client I haven't really investigated that but theres about 3
installed on my box at the moment!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gavin Denby" <redhat@i...>
Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2000 2:20 PM
Subject: [wlug] HTML editing
> It's getting time for me to again brush up my balloons over waikato
> for the new event again, but this Time I would like to do it on my linux
> I am wondering what people use for HTML design/edit/test.
> I would like to be able to download the current webpages, and edit the
> source, observe how the changes look, and then ftp them back to my website
> host (ihug).
> I have been fiddling with firstpage 2000 (windows) and like the all in one
> features, is there a similar linux solution, other than netscape, that is
> Otherwise what do you prefer, and how do you find it?
> I suppose I could edit with emacs, and view in kde native html veiwing,
> I have yet to figure out how to ftp.
> Any and all opinions will be attempted, and probably be ruined in the
> process :-)
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