opensource dreamweaver alternative?

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  1. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    I use notepad for most things but when playing with wordpress its a pain in the ass, anyone know of a decent opensource alternative version of dreamweaver so I can edit and upload at same time?
     
  2. Bibanu

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    Aptana Studio 3.
     
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    Nvu (nvu.com) is opensource.
     
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    I've used Kompozer in the past, and had no problems with it.
     
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    Aptana Studio was developed specially for dynamic website, so WP and others work well with it. I've tried most other editors out there, open-source or not, for me DW and Aptana are the only good enough ones.
     
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    @Bibanu thanks didn't know such software even existed (never thought of looking) but still useful for my company were I can't have pirated software.
    @Wannabie I love your profile image
     
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    I ended up using Komodo, I quite like it
     
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    Dream weaver is really nice, I have to say.
     
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    Actually I use Kompozer it is an updated version of nvu
     
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    Trouble with dreamweaver is the crap it adds to code
     
  11. avondezyn

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    Although dreamweaver is very good. But if you have trouble with this then you can try these links: http://www.aptana.com, http://bluefish.openoffice.nl, http://www.w3.org/Amaya
     
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    if you don'n like instal, you can use it Portable ;-)
     
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    Serif WebPlus ain't bad for drag and drop free software.
    It's great for newbies and old hats alike.
    You can slap a site together in minute with no HTML knowledge.
    http://www.serif.com/web-design-software/
     
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    I'm ok with code but I do like that though, I'm looking something thats half decent so I can simple edit a file, ctrl/s and job done
     
  15. nnPOST

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    all the time when I am looking for FREE alternative soft
    I am going to alternativeto.net
    and in 90% find it then
    I am seriously