LinuxFreak: HomePage Builder For Linux [software review]Jun 24, 2000, 19:10 (3 Talkback[s])
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"IBM's HomePage Builder For Linux (previously known as Top Page) is a powerful WYSIWYG HTML generator. It's one of the few point-and-click editors commercially available for Linux.. So lets review it."
"HomePage Builder for Linux seems to be a pretty powerful yet basic WYSIWYG generator. IBM has ported the Windows version to the Linux platform using a modified version of Wine (can emulate certain Windows applications in XFree86)."
"In a lot of ways this program is much more advanced than most WYSIWYG HTML editors currently available for Linux (which isn't a very long list). HomePage Builder contains many helpful features that surprised me at first.. A HTML Syntax Checker, File Transfer which does NOT use FrontPage, WebArt designer, Web Animator, and a Style Sheet Manager, all very cool."
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