Re: A Dreamweaver-killer for Linux?
WYSIWYG programs typically do not create legible stylesheets, or embed the styles inline with the html which then defeats the purpose of browser caching.
You need to appreciate that creating a HTML & CSS page is not about pixel control.
I suggest you start reading http://alistapart.com to become familiar with better HTML & CSS creation techniques.
I too started out creating websites with dreamweaver when it was version 4.
I stopped using it when I realised it was creating more work for me later on (no to mention the frequent loss of work due to the program misbehaving).
I now use gedit with the following plugins
- Word Completion,
- gMate Plugin Set
- Rabbit CVS Git Plugin
- External Tools
- Find in Open Documents
You might also like Aptana, which is a very nice package (even if it is based on Eclipse), there's also a portable version for both windows and linux.
Although use gimp and inkscape, I've come to the conclusion that less is more when it comes to graphics and webpages.
Fear is the mindkiller....
The little death that obliterates...