Good inexpensive/free WYSIWYG editor?

Discussion in 'Computers and The Internet' started by WildRain, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. WildRain

    WildRain Member

    Hi all:

    I have a pretty simple personal website that I built with an older version of Dreamweaver that I no longer have. I've been updating the site with Netscape Composer but would like something with a bit more functionality so I can redesign soon. It doesn't have to be anything high-tech...as long as I can do frames, columns and image maps...and built-in FTP would be good. (I know basic HTML and can tweak it to fix problems if need be.) Any recommendations for a good inexpensive or free WYSIWYG editor that will allow me to do the above?

    Many thanks,
    Jeremy
     
  2. SASSINC

    SASSINC Member

  3. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    you could use frontpage i guess.
    i've used coffeecup, and it's pretty nice, but it's an editor, not a wysiwyg.

    /i've never paid for M$office.....what do you mean it's not free?
     
  4. goldmund

    goldmund Member

    dreamweaver has a free trial: 30 days :) . composer is okay. I am interested too in hearing what others say. any for mac?
     
  5. Shockw4ve

    Shockw4ve Member

  6. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    Exactly! You can even get Dreamweaver for free. I got MY copy off of Kazaa. (WITH Key Generator!)
     
  7. NEMISIS

    NEMISIS GONE

    Dreamweaver is my favourite + I can use Flash which is fantastic stuff to know.
     
  8. WildRain

    WildRain Member

    Thanks for the input, everyone. This gives me lots to research this weekend.

    Cheers,
    Jeremy
     
  9. Mui

    Mui Senior Member

    here is what you do... you download dreamweaver using mirc and a website called packetnews.com

    Dont use freaking frontpage... or coffee cup... those editors are for NOOBS... dreamweaver mx is teh best.

    don't be a noob.
     
  10. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    Yep! I got "Flash MX" the same place I got dreamweaver from.
     

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