Re: The best linux web-design application
Use a WYSIWYG editor to help you find your feet, then move onto code. I used to think Microsoft Frontpage was the bees knees, until I saw what was going on underneath! Yuk!
I used komposer to build up my company's revamped website (which needed many tables for layout) but unpicking it in a code editor was a nightmare.
Now I generally tend to use Geany as an editor, with a browser window refreshing every 15 seconds if I need that (Firefox reload extension)
Head over to W3C schools for their excellent css reference with examples. Also www.cssplay.co.uk is full of ideas, and Stuart is very helpful.
Use GiMP and Inkscape for artwork, and Drupal 7 if you need CMS. Have fun!
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