If you are a webmaster, web programming is one skill that you ought to know. Mozilla Thimble is a simple online tool to enable anyone to learn HTML / CSS code, all within the comfort of a web browser. It won’t turn you into a great web developer instantly, but it could be a good starting point to achieve that goal.
One of the applications that’s missing from the Linux desktop is a good WYSIWYG HTML editor. There have been a few, like NVU and KompoZer, but they haven’t been actively developed for a while. Enter BlueGriffon. Built on top of Gecko (the rendering engine used by Firefox), BlueGriffon enables you to create web pages using […]
Flame wars over one’s choice of editor are a regular occurrence on almost all the tech mailing lists that I subscribe to. In fact, in my opinion, the amount of time and energy that is spent on debating this topic can be easily spent on researching the feature set of a perfect editor that would […]