View Full Version : A good WYSIWYG editor?
10-11-2005, 09:58 PM
I found that MS word is a good one for making webpages but it adds tons of unneeded code, compared to html done by hand. Now I haven't done a webpage by hand in over 4 years so I'm rusty there.
I had an idea for a sweet Sega Saturn page, so maybe someday I'll work on it. I've always wanted a US sega saturn database like www.sega-saturn.com but that works and isn't really crap. Not a PHP-like database, something nice and simple like you'd find back in the day.
10-11-2005, 10:54 PM
I'm not really sure what a WYSIWYG editor is, but I'll assume you mean an html editor. I generally code by hand I've found that a program like Dreamweaver is useful because it allows you to make sure what your coding looks like you want it to look. If your looking for something thats free, openoffice is decent.
10-12-2005, 03:54 AM
eh... if your going for the old school style webpage. No PHP or anything, then doing it by hand is your best bet. A database if not having a lot of graphical stuff is VERY easy to write... just takes time, lots of it too.
Or go snatch up a cracked version of Dreamweaver.
10-12-2005, 05:15 PM
I dont know of any links but there are a few sites out there that show your webpage as you code it. www.lissaexplains.com might have but it is also a great site for learning html and other things. She gives lots of examples. Very useful indeed. For school I have to code by hand but we use edit plus. Just hitting Ctrl+b gives a preview and all coding is color coded.
I am not sure of many wysiwyg editors but I hope this helps.
10-12-2005, 07:02 PM
Ah poo, I lost all intrest in the site right now. Maybe someday I'll actually start work or whatnot.
Thanks for the suggestions.
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