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9 of the Best Free HTML Editors

9 of the Best Free HTML Editors

An HTML editor is computer software for creating web pages. As this type of editor helps to remove the frustration out of creating web pages, it represents an indispensable tool for graphic and web designers. Specialized HTML editors provide convenience and added functionality.

There are three main types of HTML editors. The most common type is the WYSIWYG HTML editor. Here the editor provides an editing interface which resembles how the page will be displayed in a web browser. This is achieved by embedding a layout engine. For example, in the case of BlueGriffon, the layout engine that is used is Gecko, which is also used in the Firefox web browser. The other types of editor are text source editors and object editors.

There is a diverse range of HTML editors available for Linux. To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled a list of 9 competent Linux HTML editors, ranging from simple editors that are suitable for beginners, to editors that are targeted towards programmers.

Now, let's explore the 9 HTML editors at hand. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, a screenshot of the software in action, together with links to relevant resources and reviews.

HTML Editors
BlueGriffon WYSIWYG content editor powered by Gecko
Bluefish Powerful editor for writing websites, scripts and programming code
Komodo Edit Editor for dynamic languages based on Komodo IDE
Quanta Plus Web development tool for KDE
Screem Site CReating and Editing EnvironMent
Arachnophilia Powerful programming editor with special HTML production and editing features
KompoZer Complete Web Authoring System
Amaya XHTML, MathML, and SVG editor
gwrite Simple GTK+ HTML5 WYSIWYG editor

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