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October 29, 2003, 7:29 pm
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I am currently switching from a PC to Mac and would like some
recommendations for an HTML editor. I currently use FrontPage 2000 on
my PC. I need to create static HTML pages, nothing too fancy. I
would like something that allows WYSIWYG editing, as well as the
ability to edit HTML and preview the actual page (much like Front
What do you recommend?
Re: Mac OSx html editor recommendation
Congratulations. Web development on Mac OS X is a breath of fresh air.
For myself, I prefer not to use graphical editors. I use BBEdit
(http://www.barebones.com /), which is a top-notch text-based editor.
Dreamweaver is a good package, although the current version is
reportedly a bit pokey. You might also want to check out Adobe GoLive.
The new version apparently is very comprehensive.
There are also a variety of smaller HTML editors for Mac OS. For
example, these folks (http://www.westciv.com /) have a pair of
inexpensive graphic web layout and style sheet editors that are reputed
to be very good.
I have also heard good things about PageSpinner
You might also want to do some searched at the following sites:
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