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    Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Are their any alternative present to DreamWeaver?

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    AlternativeTo is a good site for looking for alternatives to popular software products.

    With respect to DreamWeaver, it suggests the following.

    EDIT: Moved thread to General Help.
    Last edited by Toz; March 23rd, 2013 at 04:12 PM.

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toz View Post
    AlternativeTo is a good site for looking for alternatives to popular software products.

    With respect to DreamWeaver, it suggests the following.

    EDIT: Moved thread to General Help.
    yeah, I have seen that already, but what the experts recommend?

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    I recommend Bluegriffon, its based in Kompozer, the best wysiwyg web editor for linux (now dead).

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Quote Originally Posted by samigina View Post
    I recommend Bluegriffon, its based in Kompozer, the best wysiwyg web editor for linux (now dead).
    Samigina, what do you mean by "now dead?" I note that Bluegriffon version 1.6.2 was just released less than a month ago, so what's now dead??
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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    He's saying Kompozer is dead, not Bluegriffon. Of course since they are now using the Gecko engine that is less of a concern.

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Aptana Studio...it's not WYSIWYG, but it's got pretty much everything else!

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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Quote Originally Posted by ewangr View Post
    He's saying Kompozer is dead, not Bluegriffon. Of course since they are now using the Gecko engine that is less of a concern.
    Thanks Ewangr. I appreciate the clarification.
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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    Quanta Plus - Quanta Plus's features include multi-document interface, WYSIWYG editing and templates. Among the advanced features your will find team development, plug-in support and a PHP debugger.

    Aptana - Aptana is an html/javascript editor, however, it does not provide any WYSIWYG feature. It provides "Code Assist" (code completion) which is context related help showing possible java-script functions and parameters, html and css tags. Besides being available for all major platforms, Aptana can also be installed as a plug-in to eclipse.
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    Re: Best alternative (opensource) of DreamWeaver?

    I don't think there is a real alternative to Dreamweaver.

    I use Quanta but it doesn't compare.

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