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    Dear all,
    I have some experience developing html pages. I was doing that 5 years ago. I want to suggest me one program that will help me deploy fast a site. Few basic html pages connected to a main one (so I need a program that supports the notion of a web-project). My idea is to use this to store information accessible from everywhere that the port 80 is open.

    Best Regards

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    Hello, I use quanta and didn't find yet something better for linux. It is available in standard repo.

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    isemionov wrote:

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    > Hello, I use quanta and didn't find yet something better for linux. It
    > is available in standard repo.
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    I recommend bluefish (it is of course a matter of taste if bluefish or
    quanta is better). It is available from this repository
    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../openSUSE_11.4
    A description to decide about it is here
    http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html

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    Bluefish recognises that HTML5 exists whereas Quanta doesn't yet if that is important to you.

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    Hello, Try out Aptana Studio.
    Desktop: AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 455 3.3 Ghz | 4 GB RAM | GeForce GT 630

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    Does Aptana studio have something like design view for html files? Usually there is this html-view (you see html code only), design view where you see how it might look like, and preview where a browser is launched.
    I have not found this design view yet.

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    alaios wrote:

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    > Does Aptana studio have something like design view for html files?
    > Usually there is this html-view (you see html code only), design view
    > where you see how it might look like, and preview where a browser is
    > launched.
    > I have not found this design view yet.
    >

    Don't know aptana, but if it does not support that and if a wysiwyg mode is
    essential for you there is also kompozer available (install with yast) or
    bluegriffon (I installed the Fedora 14 rpm from
    http://bluegriffon.org/pages/Download just to see if it works on openSUSE).

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    Aptana looks good BUT it does not do wordwrap which is a major blocker for me as I use a lot of blocks of text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaios View Post
    Does Aptana studio have something like design view for html files? Usually there is this html-view (you see html code only), design view where you see how it might look like, and preview where a browser is launched.
    I have not found this design view yet.
    In my Composer I have 4 tabs along the bottom called Normal, HTML Tags, <html> Source and Preview. Preview has never launched a browser and appears to give me the same view as the Normal tab. Could be a bug with SM 2.1RC1. I'll launch SM 2.0.14 and see if it is different sometime later.

    Aptana Studio has a Source tab and Default tab at the bottom of the editor. Preview corresponds to Preview in Composer. Along the left there are 2 small sections with a File and References tab in the top section, and a Get Started and Outline tab in the bottom section. Outline tab shows the HTML Tags in my Studio configuration. Screenshot provided:



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