January 16, 2016

Saturday, January 16, 2016
10 Best WYSIWYG Editors to use
There is no beef between hand-coding HTML software and WYSIWYG HTML editing tools. But hand-coding can be hypocritical for beginners and uneasy for professionals. And that case What You See Is What You Get editor’s demand is undeniable. There are many WYSIWYG tool can be found on web but which one is the best. Here I sorted those softwares and presenting to you, read on:

10 Best WYSIWYG Editors to use

1. Adobe Dreamweaver
Dreamweaver is one of the most well-known WYSIWYG editors around. It is a staple of many web development firms around the world and for some can be considered almost an industry-standard for WYSIWYG.

2. Kompozer
Kompozer is designed to be extremely easy to use, making it ideal for people without technical computer skills who want to create an attractive professional looking web site without needing to know HTML or web coding.

3. BlueGriffon
BlueGriffon is a neat WYSIWYG editor that is both free and uses the same rendering engine that Firefox uses, meaning that your pages will come out looking exactly like its preview in Firefox, W3C-compliant, it supports CSS2 and CSS3, offers a great CSS editor, including XHTML 5.

4. Aloha Editor
Aloha is a very interesting visual editor that allows you to edit directly from the front end of your site; meaning no coding experience necessary. Aloha is compatible with all main browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera) and is another solid solution.

5. Flux
Flux is a Mac WYSIWYG editor that has received high praise for being a powerful editor. Flux's interface offers a fine degree of control over editing everything from the margins and padding to overall size of elements including altering CSS code with simple mouse movements, offers dual-pane editing (hand-editing and drag-and-drop editing)

6. Amaya
Amaya is another W3C-compliant, Open Source solution that can be run on Windows. It offers HTML, CSS and XML validators, and in fact validates HTML as you build pages - an extremely useful function. Websites can be seen in a tree structure, and finished pages can be viewed in a "Page Preview" function.

7. Artisteer
It is a powerful and unique editor known for its ability to generate very aesthetically pleasing templates in only a few minutes. It does not require any formal coding knowledge to operate.

8. SnapEditor
SnapEditor is a unique browser-based editor that lets you edit in realtime inside of the web page you are editing. It was created with the aim of using clean code All Server-based.

9. Net Objects Fusion
It is powerful web-building software that uses an intuitive interface and has interesting capabilities like Google Analytics and shopping cart integration.

10. BestAddress HTML Editor
It has multiple editing modes, from WYSIWYG to simple code to shared view. Also allows you to edit sites directly from your server.

So what you use and witch one is your favorite don’t forget to mention :)


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