Stable Jaunty WYSIWYG web page designer

Asked by mottoman on 2009-10-27

I am a NEWB to Linux. Not afraid to learn but I do not have much play time. I have looked all over the packages and googled for answers and sifted through piles of threads. Is there a table WYSIWYG website design program. I have no idea how to write code and really would like to learn but not now. Tried packaged Komposer but it kept shutting down on me. Tried to reinstall version 0.8a4 from the Komposer.net site.But... I do not know how to unpack a tar.gz file. Looked at bluefish and quanta plus as well as seamonkey. It was all Greek to me. I like to read instructions but would like to find a stable graphical interface program to build my website. Eventually I will learn and can clean up the coding but for now I need to put myself on the market. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I would like to have a fresh thread that specifically addresses the problem of "is there a stable web design program for Ubuntu Jaunty Jackal 9.04

Thanks in advance

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Cristi Nistor (cristi-nistor) said : #1

You can try Screem (Site Creation and Editing Environment). Go to Applications --> Add/Remove ... and look for Screem. It has some Wizards to create different HTML elements or objects and much more. It will be better if you can go to http://ww.w3schools.com and try to learn and understand the structure of a HTML page. All HTML tags are explained well with examples. Also you can look for free web templates over the internet if you don't want to wait until you have the knowledge to create web sites.

Good luck.

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