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April, 2010

  • 8 April

    Nvu- the free WYSIWYG HTML editor

    Looking for a free Microsoft Expression Web or Dreamweaver alternative? Nvu is an open-source WYSIWYG HTML and CSS editor with great documentation and a helpful support community. Nvu has a built-in file manager and supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is designed specially for beginning webmasters, but is perfectly fine …

December, 2009

  • 28 December

    What is Site Studio?

    Some web hosts offer an HTML editor called Site Studio with their plans. While the software can be useful in some situations, the name is misleading. Site Studio is a web-based WYSIWYG editor. Unlike alternatives such as Frontpage, it runs completely in a web browser and does not provide a …

  • 10 December

    Frontpage web hosting

    Frontpage is a WYSIWYG editor created by Microsoft. Though it is now legacy software, having been replaced by the company’s new Expression Web, there is still significant demand for Frontpage web hosting. The good news is most hosts still provide Frontpage extensions, the technology needed for the software to sync …

September, 2009

  • 11 September

    The danger of free WYSIWYG editors

    In an effort to sign up customers, web hosts these days offer an array of freebies with their plans. One common inclusion is a What-You- See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editor. These tools promise to create professional-looking websites for users with no HTML knowledge, but more often than not, are a waste of …