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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Rubencallewaert, Apr 7, 2008.
power users.... try Nve or Kompozer (if you can find a mac version)
iweb is a easy tool for casual users, it offers very limited control for power users, its product might not be properly viewed by other browsers like ie/firefox/opera
What dont you like about Coda?
I absolutely love coda!
Hello, and welcome to the world of Macs.
There are quite a few out there. One place to look is on the Apple site under downloads. Here's a link.
You'll find products like RapidWeaver, Sandvox, and Freeway to name a few. They all have trial versions that you can download and try out.
I believe so, yes. From here:
Just drag the application to the trash. There is no real reason to use an uninstaller for the vast majority of applications. The only ones I can think of that would benefit are things like Logic Studio and Final Cut Studio, oh and Microsoft Office of course.
Could have been Sandvox?? It's similar to iWeb
yes Microsoft office is a real pain.
I got it for free as i am a student, I uninstalled it using the Microsoft uninstaller for itself. I hope it got everything. Office 2008 is really bad. I'm back to Iwork 08 now.
Office 2007 for PC's is good looking, but really crap lol... i have it on my PC... that was a waste of money lol
jQuery, Scriptalicious, etc should all replace Flash IMO!
but to answer your question, no if you want to make flash files you will most likely need Flash
i'll chime in for rapidweaver - been a user since 2005 , and very very happy with it
Support for it is great on there forums
Another one is CSS Edit? Matches your descrip.
I'm a big fan of Rapidweaver myself. Rapidweaver and CSSEdit (among others) all have trial versions available. Just download a couple and see what works for you.
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barebones makes BBedit. Its a stellar app
I have heard good things of BBEdit.
I can't give much advice because I am a dedicated user of Dreamweaver myself now, the amount you can do with Dreamweaver is amazing...and the ease of use (seeing code and doing code/visual at the same time)
I would check out http://www.versiontracker.com
and go to the Mac OS X section, and search for HTML editor. There are a bunch of freeware and shareware options available