Re: Alternative to Netscape 7 Composer for quick HTML work?
I've been using Mozilla Composer since Netscape stopped updating. It
can be found at http://mozilla.org
However, that too has been discontinued (though you can still get it
and use it), and I've been using the replacement, SeaMonkey Composer,
also free and downloadable for Mac or PC. Totally WISIWYG, but you can
also go directly to the Source code and revise it.
With either Mozilla or SeaMonkey, you can go to page and select >Edit
Page from the toolbar to open an editable copy in the Composer. Nice
feature when you want to quickly revise your pages, or copy someone
BTW, SeaMonkey also includes a mailer, browser, etc.
The advantage of DreamWeaver, which I use occasionally since it is
free from my university, is that you can do CSS style sheets.
--- In email@example.com, "Dennis Newson"
> I'm in the habit of using Netscape 7 just for one purpose - using
> to do quick fixes to HTML pages. (Versions from 8 upwards, don't havestraightforward
> Composer and the whole of Netscape is no longer supported.)
> Is there an alternative, free program that can be used for
> HTML work?to do
> I have got Dreamweaver, but it is a bit heavy-handed if all you want
> is alter a couple of words or underline a title.
> Dennis Newson (retired)
> University of Osnabrück
> Discussion Moderator IATEFL YL SIG
> Moderator of a number of other TEFL e-lists
> Discussion Moderator ELTA-OWL
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