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    :rambo:Hi ppl, i'm using Bluefish to edit xhtml and css.

    I have some troubles with that software cuz it doesn't allow to work in full screen or highlight the "marks" of html when i select, ie; <table></table>...

    Anyway, i want to know if you ppl know some program like Notepad++ for Ubuntu (and don't using it with Wine or the version for Linux of notepad++) i want other software recommends.

    Tx for all hugs!.
    I just wanna improve, but there's a lot of ppl that are jealous for it. I really don't care it at all.

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    go into your synaptic package manager and enter "wysiwyg" into the search bar. there are plenty to choose from. the problem is they all have issues. not even dreamweaver can produce Good code nor does it account for browser compatibility.

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    I am not sure what your question is - if you are looking for an HTML and CSS editor for Ubuntu Linux, try Quanta Plus. It's in the repository - sudo apt-get install quanta or open synaptic and search there for quanta
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    :rambo:Exactly, sorry about it my english is really bad.

    I'll try Quanta, but does it have the options to work in Full Screen and highlight marks?

    I think Notepadd++ is the best but i don't want to use it with Wine (linux installation is a bit complex for me).

    Any other software recommendation?

    Tx ppl.
    I just wanna improve, but there's a lot of ppl that are jealous for it. I really don't care it at all.

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    Sorry - I have never used Wine - I either boot to Linux or to Windows, depending on what I'm doing.
    Is there an option in Wine to install from the repository? If so, just search for Quanta and install from there.
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    wine sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare View Post
    Sorry - I have never used Wine - I either boot to Linux or to Windows, depending on what I'm doing.
    Is there an option in Wine to install from the repository? If so, just search for Quanta and install from there.
    Y, well i won't use wine cuz i'm adapting to Linux, as i understand Quanta is for Linux.

    I don't like WYSiWYG, i always worked with plain text direclty is more easy for me and don't add usless extra code.

    i still think i'll check Quanta if it is for linux when i arrive to home.

    But i hope you could recommend me another program to check. Anyway thanx for help :rambo:
    I just wanna improve, but there's a lot of ppl that are jealous for it. I really don't care it at all.

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    if you like just text, use Gedit that comes with ubuntu. it color codes the html and php.

    name the file with an .html ext, write to it using gedit, then just review the results in your browser by right clicking on the file and selecting open with firefox, or whatever browser you want.

    use a folder on your desktop to emulate the server directory. css in the root with index, folder for images, local filepath ect....

    if you want to write your scripts on your local as well, just upgrade to ubuntu server and install apache, mysql, and php. this is called a LAMP server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorky View Post
    if you like just text, use Gedit that comes with ubuntu. it color codes the html and php.

    name the file with an .html ext, write to it using gedit, then just review the results in your browser by right clicking on the file and selecting open with firefox, or whatever browser you want.

    use a folder on your desktop to emulate the server directory. css in the root with index, folder for images, local filepath ect....

    if you want to write your scripts on your local as well, just upgrade to ubuntu server and install apache, mysql, and php. this is called a LAMP server.
    No, well... i know Gedit use colors to difference the tags, but i want a software that highlight "tags" when i select them. I already have a LAMP and isn't necessary to have Linux Server to have a LAMP in fact.

    LAMP = Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. Linux distro don't apply, just Linux.

    Thanks for advice anyway i use apache 2.2 btw.:rambo:
    I just wanna improve, but there's a lot of ppl that are jealous for it. I really don't care it at all.

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    um.... ok.

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