I wrote about this HTML editor called Nvu on my other blog, I’ll post it here because its a Design tool.
From my other blog:
If you have visited this blog recently then you may have read about my trail of gimp. well Im happy to add another open source app to the list of free tools, and this one is great. it called Nvu
Its a WYSIWYG HTML editor, if you dont know what that means then you probably dont need it, but from someone with a few years of Dreamweaver experience, finding an open source tool that is not just notepad on steroids has been a battle ive been waging since Adobe took over Marcomedia.
WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) is the easyest way to design sites, being able to see what your doing as you do it. there are plenty of free manual code tools (I have been using HTML Kit alongside dreamweaver for as long as Ive been using DW) but Nvu sits happily between them.
Its not like DW, so dont expect it to have all the functionality as the expensive
Macromedia Adobe product-but it is simple to use, and does not put heaps of unnessisary code in. If you are looking to switch to open source apps then check this out.
It also works on Linux (and Mac if you suffer cognative disabilitys)
remember free software is almost as good as free beer
EDIT: Here is a tutorial on using Nvu if you are interested
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