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Web Authoring Tools
By: Anthony Hart
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    Table of Contents:
  • Web Authoring Tools
  • The Skinny on Layout Tools
  • Are You Ready for More?
  • Linux Demands Respect
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    Web Authoring Tools - Linux Demands Respect

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    Next I will cover a Web authoring tool that demands respect all across the board. Nvu (http://www.nvu.com/, pronounced New View) works across Windows, Macintosh, and Linux platforms. With this software at your fingertips, you can create and manage Web pages with little or no HTML expertise or knowledge. NVU stands out from anything else on the market, especially from other HTML editors available for Linux users. What NVU offers to its clientele is an increased usage of the now common WYSIWYG editing tool, more functionality for its file management features, and an enhanced appearance for the implemented forms and templates. For advanced users, Nvu will allow them to build their own extensions, drawing on their JavaScript knowledge.


    Some of the additional features Nvu possesses include one of the easiest and most powerful site manager tools available offered to all platforms. Needless to say, this feature alone makes managing files and directories of your website a cinch.

    Figure 4 The site manager helps you keep organized and streamline your production timetable. 


    Figure 5 - The color picker helps you develop the color combinations of your Web page, to make it eye catching and unique.



    Figure 6 - The built-in Style Sheet editor lets you create, edit, and store the core coding features that give your site its look and feel.


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