RE: Is there a free/cheap equivalent to Dreamweaver?

Subject: RE: Is there a free/cheap equivalent to Dreamweaver?
From: <Brian -dot- Henderson -at- mitchell1 -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2011 06:27:27 -0700

You might have a look at the open source KompoZer.


-----Original Message----- From: David Harrison (PMS)

Hi Guys - I use Dreamweaver at home and would like it at work - but the
grey suits are baulking at the cost. The major points that I really need
1) a whole-site capacity where you can do global find/replace
commands (a boon for handling translations)
2) a link-checker to see it all works that I haven't forgotten
3) a dual screen view of code and design so I can adjust either
4) a muli-language capacity so I can easily cut and paste other
languages (such as Cryllic, Japanese etc)

Dreamweaver can handle these without problems - but can any sinlge basic
application do the same - or do I go beg for the real McCoy?

Thanks - David



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