Web page creation and publishing with speech

Krister Ekstrom krister at kristersplace.ws
Thu Jul 26 08:40:22 UTC 2007

I have looked very very briefly at a gtk-based html editor called
Bluefish, that looks quite ok. There's also another tool called Screem
or something like that that also looks quite good. How much of those
editors that actually are accessible, i don't know but they're always
worth a try.

Willem van der Walt wrote:
> You can always use a plain text editor to create your pages and ftp to 
> upload it.
> So, if you do not find a tool, that is your way out.
> On Thu, 26 Jul 2007, Michael Weaver wrote:
>> I am thinking of constructing a web page.
>> I started it at one point under Windows but I lost a few files and
>> with me thinking of eventually migrating to Linux I abandoned it for a
>> while.
>> What tools would anyone suggest for me to create and uploade my page
>> which are accessible with speech in Linux?
>> Hope someone can advise me.
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