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| > Can someone recommend a WYSIWIG HTML editor? I'm sick to death of
| > and need something that is better behaved.
| We really like HomeSite from Allaire. I believe you can get a
| trial version
| from their web site at www.allaire.com.
HomeSite is a wonderful editor. We use it all the time. But it's not really
a WYSIWYG Editor. It's a code editor optimized for HTML. Although HomeSite
provides a "design view," the HTML is not safe when you edit in design view.
This is a big contrast with Dreamweaver, which leaves your HTML alone.