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KompoZer

KompoZer

KompoZer is a complete Web Authoring System that combines web file management and easy-to-use WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web page editing.

KompoZer is designed to be easy to use, making it suitable for non-technical computer users who want to create an attractive, professional-looking web site without having to know HTML or web coding.

KompoZer is based on Gecko, the layout engine inside Mozilla.

The project strives to fix bugs in the NVU project and add new features to it.

 KompoZer 0.8b3

Price
Free to download

Size
39.8MB
License

MPL 1.1 / GPL 2.0 / LGPL 2.1

Developer
Fabien Cazenave and many contributors

Website
www.kompozer.net

System Requirements
GTK+ version 2.2.x

Support:
SourceForge, Forums, KompoZer User Guide

Selected Reviews:
LinuxPlanet, Linux.com

Features include:

  • WYSIWYG editing of pages, making web creation as easy as typing a letter with a word processor
  • Integrated file management via FTP
  • Reliable HTML code creation that will work with all of today's most popular browsers
  • Switch between WYSIWYG Editing Mode and HTML using tabs.
  • Tabbed editing
  • Powerful support for forms, tables, and templates
  • CSS Editor
  • Customizable toolbars
  • Forms
  • Cleaner markup
  • Add XHTML Friends Network information
  • Visible marks to aid laying out complex pages
  • In-line spellchecker

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