__/ [Vinayak] on Sunday 06 November 2005 05:54 \__
> I use Mozilla 1.7.12 and Win XPP
> I've been using Mozilla for long and so would like to stick to Mozilla
> as my web browser and mail client
When time permits, I advice you to set things aside and make the upgrade to
Firefox/Thunderbird. Same software, only better (more modern and reliable).
I know someone who still uses Netscape. The fear of change and the bravery
that it takes to overcome it are worth pondering.
> I'm looking for a *free* WYSIWYG HTML editor
> I have tried to use Nvu http://www.nvu.com/ along with Mozilla but had
> some problems (NOT sure if they are just because of Nvu).
> Since these memory related issues started just after I used Nvu, I
> stopped using Nvu and wish to migrate to some other *free* WYSIWYG HTML
> Any suggestions / pointers would be most welcome
> p.s. - I'm temporarily using "composer", the HTML editor that comes
> with Mozilla, but they have stopped development with "Composer" and I'd
> like to have a better / more upto date WYSIWYG HTML editor
Try to steer away from your desire to compose pages in that form. There are
many Open Source CMS projects out there.
__/ [anas.hashmi@xxxxxxxxx] on Sunday 06 November 2005 18:25 \__
> WYSIWYG is lagging tremendously in HTML. They do not satisfy the
> developer's taste. You can notice professional websites do not even
> use Frontpage or Dreamweaver. (Not even msn.com).
Okay, so far so good, but why not mention content management systems?
> There should be an
> opensource project for WYSIWYG html program
There are a few out there already, I'm fairly sure.
__/ [brucie] on Sunday 06 November 2005 18:50 \__
> In post <news:1131301529.468806.245310@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> anas.hashmi@xxxxxxxxx said:
> actually i'm beginning to wonder if i should also kill posts from google
> groups like others are doing
Unfortunately, the reading habits of other users will not be affected by a
choice to killfile posts from Google Groups. This can result in fragmented
threads, missing information, et cetera et cetera.
> How to post from Google:
> How do I quote correctly in Usenet? - Quoting and Answering
You can rarely educate people who only attend the newsgroups once or twice
using an interface that discourages quoting.
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