A wysiwyg HTML editor that uses the Mozilla Composer codebase

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  • papipio
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    Where can I find a very detailed procedure for installing Kompozer in Kubuntu ? Pierre

    Posted 09/14/2014
  • intoitsra
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    It looks like a great project that is able to be higher quality than Frontpage. I tested a few web editors and this one is able to copy and paste the content of a web site. Strangely it does not work pasting source code, it works pasting graphic. Not so good for publishing files. It's always better to to it with a software for FTP transfers. I suggest giving instruction about what to do when downloading linux based software. I was able to use Komposer with Windows and now I am using Ubuntu and nothing happens after the download. It's important to understand that many newbees are unable to install a linux based program unless such program is in the package list. Komposer does not appear to be in Ubuntu's package list.

    Posted 08/31/2014