Open Source Alternative to Dreamweaver

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  1. david turner says:

    Thank you for great info!

  2. Ian says:

    I’ve just downloaded Kompozer and it’s hard to be critical of something that’s free but I’m not sure I can use it. Instead of using tags it uses with an inline style for bold font weight (!!!!!). It alters my CSS. I tried to create a rule that has -webkit-border-radius, -moz-border-radius and border-radius but then dumps everything but the -moz- rule but split it into -mox-border-radius-left, etc. (one for each side).

    Where I’ve put in tags manually I keep going back in finding 4 sets of tags nested inside each other. It just seems to do things you never asked it to do.

    • Once a great software, KompoZer has not been updated for quite a while now. I would recommend you to use Bluegriffon which is like an indirect successor to KompoZer. Its been constantly updated and uses new technologies like HTML5 and CSS3.

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  4. Jason Chang says:

    My first time use open source ‘ Dreamweaver’ :P

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