BlueGriffon 1.0 Released: Open Source WYSIWYG Web Editing Comes Back to Linux
May 15, 2011, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The recently released 1.0 of BlueGriffon brings an impressive
toolset to Web designers and other users who want a slick, open
source, Web Editor.
"For some users (like me) Vim or another text editor is all
that's wanted for creating Web pages or working with CSS, etc. If
it was good enough for Web pages in 1999, why change? But not
everybody is happy with technology that was cutting edge when Flock
of Seagulls were popular.
"Many users have cut their teeth using WYSIWYG tools, and don't
want to wrestle HTML and CSS code."