4 HTML editor for web developer in Linux

There are several tools available for web developer in Linux. Each has their advantage and disadvantage.  Most of the editor are WYSIWYG based. Some HTML editor also include text editor. While other are fully based on WYSIWYG. Here are the list of some popular HTMl editor for linux/UNIX.

BlueFish Editor

bluefish editor

Bluefish editor multi platform, lightweight editor   targed mostly for programmer and webdevelopers. It can also be used a general purpose editor as well with the IDE. Bluefish support many porgramming and markup language, but focusing on creating dynamic and interactive websites. It in an open source development project, released under the GNU GPL LICENCE. Bluefish support many porgramming and markup language, but focusing on creating dynamic and interactive websites. It in an open source development project, released under the GNU GPL LICENCE. Some features of bluefish are multiple file editor, multiple toolbar, external program integration(tidy, weblint, make, javac).

Quanta Plus

quantaplus

Qanta plus orginally known as Quanta is another popular IDE FOR KDE. IT has WYSIWYG features and also supports editing files over FTP. Quanta support several language PHP support is included by default, other language support can be created with a language description package. HTML XML  and CSS SUPPORT are included by default.

SCREEM

screen editor

For the GNOME user SCREEM can be another tools. Unlike other editors SCREEM supportHMTL, CSS, javascript. PHP, CSS and many more. SCREEM doesn’t support WYSIWYG display However the raw html source are presented in its editor window.

kompozer

kompozer

Kompozer open source web development tools based on Gecko (layout engine that powers mozilla). Kompozer support file management via ftp, WYSIWYG editor, supports of forms, tables and templates.

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