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Re: [K12OSN] WYSIWYG HTML Editor



Netscape Communicator and Mozilla come with Composer which is a WYSIWYG html 
editor.  I find it very easy to use and have shown it to many non-tech folks 
who don't seem to have any trouble with it.

On Thursday 25 July 2002 11:42, you wrote:

> > I?m setting up a trial K12LTSP lab here at my school, and all is going 
well
> so far.  But one of the software requirements for the lab is a WYSIWYG HTML
> editor, not just an HTML code editor or a text editor.  I would like to
> know if anyone knows of any MSFrontpage like applications out there that
> will run on Linux.  It definitely doesn?t need all the bells, whistles and
> bloat of MSFrontpage, but it needs to design pages visually like frontpage.
>  While we try to teach basic HTML to our students, many of our students
> will not get it, and neither will most of our teachers and other staff, but
> they still want to be able to create web pages.
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
>
> Jesse Byers
>
> Network Administrator
>
> School District of Grantsburg
>
> Grantsburg, WI
>
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>
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