LinuxPlanet: Spinning a Web with the PenguinMay 26, 2000, 15:34 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Brian Proffitt)
[ Thanks to Kevin Reichard for this link. ]
"...Linux has been always able to produce HTML code, of course. Just run emacs, cobble some code together, and save the file as *.html. There's your Web page. That's probably the simplest way to generate Web content, but it's like rowing a boat with a spoon when there are two perfectly good oars in the bottom of the boat."
"The two oars, in this case, are CoffeeCup HTML Editor ++ for Linux (representing the code side) and TopPage for Linux (filling the WYSIWYG bracket). These two products will be the focus of my review."
"...These two applications represent vastly different methodologies for creating Web pages. Comparing the two directly would be a strictly apples and oranges proposition. But hey, what's a little fruit salad between friends?"