WYSIWYG editors

WebCoder – added 6/5/2005

Code editor for web-developers which has many functions and options such as quick view panel, syntax highlighting, HTML tags and drag&drop.

VayT – added 6/5/2005

VayT is more than just an HTML editor. VayT is an entire web development tool in one package. Preview pages in real-time; create, compile, and embed Java Applets; generate web pages; insert precoded elements. Features real-time preview, precoded elements, java applet environment, page generator.

Front Page Express – added 2/24/2005

This is the same Microsoft Front Page Express that used to come with Windows 95/98. It is the first WYSIWYG website builder, and is far less complicated and bloated than its current incarnation.

Photo-Web – added 4/24/2005

Photo-Web is intended to be easy to use for novice computer users and yet it is also useful for those with experience as it automates a number of the annoying and time-consuming tasks associated with maintaining a photo-journal type website. It supports automatic photo resolution conversion with multiple configurable sizes, automatic video resolution conversion with multiple configurable sizes/qualities, and its update feature only uploads files that have changed, includes all linked in files automatically.

NVU – added 7/30/2004

NVU can comes close to replacing expensive web authoring software, such as Adobe GoLive, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Microsoft Frontpage. NVU is the same sort of software as those — a so-called WYSIWYG editor, that offers drag and drop WYSIWYG editing, as well as the ability to edit your pages in code view. Its multiple tabbed interface allows you to edit several pages at once, and it also has fairly powerful built-in uploading tools. Among its numerous features are: spell checker, CSS editor, table wizard, site manager, and templates. NVU is free, open source software. There are numerous useful extensions, guides and themes for NVU as well.

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