Mar 042013
 
MJ3VIW: http://1.JotHere.com/4030#MJ3VIW

MAZBVC:THIS POST

  1. M87XAJ:fully outlined with all key details in BOLD and most-essential & -timely first. To skim, just read the bold.
  2. MAYCNN:currently being updated ~1x/day; ID of last item is version ID.
  3. M33YGV:Title: WYSWYG HTML editor search 2013.03+
  4. MAZBWQ:SUBSECTIONS: WHAT & WHY, WHEN, WHERECOST, WHO’S PARTICIPATING, WHAT TO DO, ADDITIONAL DETAILSPOST TODO, CREATORS, ADDITIONAL DETAILS FOR ORGANIZERS/DEVELOPERSFOOTNOTES, POST HISTORY.

MAXFOC:WHAT & WHY

  1. MJ3VMD:In order:
    1. MJ3VN5:A few weeks ago I learned the main HTML Editor I use, MS Expression Web is being discontinued per MS discontinuing their Expression series.
      1. MJ3YCU:“No new versions of Expression Web or Design are planned.” says Wikipeida.
    2. MJ3VQS:Today I discover my Expression Web (on my laptop) not displaying the usual bredcrumb trail telling the XML/HTML element, a feature I use all the time.
      1. MJ3VSJ:On searching thru the help & menus & Googling, there’s no obvious option to turn it off; I’d probably have to reinstall it.
      2. MJ3VU4:This gets me further thinking of replacing it.
    3. MJ3VUZ:My HTML editor goals:
      1. MJ3VW7:WYSIWYG
      2. MJ3VVQ:Runs on all platforms, including Linux.
      3. MJ3VWM:Works with HTML5
      4. MJ3VXG:Ideal: runs JavaScript natively
    4. MJ3VYR:do Google Search(Linux HTML editor) and similar
    5. MJ3VZC:MJ3VZC: explore  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_HTML_editors
      1. MJ3W0C:Ref’d to me 1 of the reivews.
      2. MJ3W0L:Looks pretty complete & current.
      3. MJ3W7U:Considering  every one
    6. MJ3W1F:consider Amaya
      1. MJ3W2L:Showstopper: no HTML5 & CSS2 support per MJ3VZC
    7. MJ3W5S:consider BlueGriffon
      1. MJ3W72:no showstoppers so far
      2. MJ4409:Full product costs “73.00€”
    8.  MJ3W7D:consider KompoZer
      1. MJ3W91:showstopper: no HTML5 support per MJ3VZC
    9. MJ3XZZ:consider Maqetta
      1. MJ44BM:cost: free.
      2. MJ44C3:“allows User Experience Designers (UXD) to perform drag/drop assembly of live UI mockups.” -not what I’m looking for but might work.
    10. MJ3YF9:consider OpenBEXI
      1. MJ44MP:some concern: ”
        Stable release 4.1 / May 4, 2012; 9 months ago[1]

    11. MJ3YHU:consider OpenOffice.org
      1. MJ3YRC:-not enough detail MJ3VZC
    12. MJ3YQM:consider Quanta Plus
      1. MJ3YVS:showstopper: appears discontinued at MJ3VZC and via Goole search.
    13. MJ3YZC:consider SeaMonkey Composer
      1. MJ3Z01:showstopper: no HTML5 support per MJ3VZC
    14. MJ3Z2S:consider WebStorm IDE
      1. MJ3ZSX:Has WYSIWYG? Probably not, may need to try.
        1. MJ3ZRU:It has JavaScript WYSIWYG based on demo video with JetBrains Chrome Extension.
        2. MJ3ZYJ: https://www.google.com/search?q=webstorm+WYSIWYG is not conclusive.
      2. MJ3ZZW:may indeed be “The smartest JavaScript IDE”
    15. MJ40J6:MJ40J6: search https://www.google.com/search?q=WYSIWYG+editor+Chrome+Extension
    16. MJ40JK:Consider PageEdit (Chrome Extension)
      1. MJ40LI:found via MJ40J6
      2. MJ40Q0: related says it’s also by maker of SingleFile which I depend on
      3. MJ41PW:Tried on Iris5:
        1. MJ41Q7:Edited www.Google.com no problem.
        2. MJ41PL:Serious: file:///C:/Users/M9LMik/Downloads/MJ01XW(_scratch).htm clicking on the “PageEdit” icon did nothing.
          1. MJ43H6:https://www.google.com/search?q=Chrome+PageEdit+local+pages does not seem to find any fixes.
        3. MJ42UV:can’t display HTML & output simultaneously.

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MAX1LQ:WHEN

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MAX1N4:WHERE

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MAX1VD:COST

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MAXDSI:WHO’S PARTICIPATING?

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MEG922:WHAT TO DO


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M33M3R:FUTURE PLANS

  1. MIE79Y: None yet (besides competing the topics mentioned here).

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MAX22R:ADDITIONAL DETAILS

  1. MIE7B8:none.

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MDE167:POST TODO, roughly in order:

  1. complete

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MAYJ80:CREATORS

  1. MEMPEO:The author

  2. MEMPF1:No one else.

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MDAIRC:ADDITIONAL DETAILS FOR ORGANIZERS/DEVELOPERS

  1. Just ask.

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MDAIRC:FOOTNOTES

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M31R7R:POST HISTORY, in order:

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  2. MJ3V30: so now create this post
    1. MEHCSP: for reference by several Meetup groups going to SCaLE
    2. MEHCCA:via Copy to new Draft of http://1.JotHere.com/3999#MICGMC  latest release MISLTM then create new IDs & edit to fit.
  3. MJ5A74:1st publication; search to-be-continued; 2013.02.04Mon0838.
  4. MJ90F7:Add missing formatting (“-end of POST HISTORY“) as this is to be used as template for new post; pst2013.03.06Wed0857.
  5. MJ90WT:Correct categories to new categories “service to edit info aka editor MJ90PX” “of HTML MJ90PX”; pst2013.03.06Wed0908.

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