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jalbautista
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Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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Hello! Can anyone here recommend a good Webpage Editor (or any IDE for Web Development) for Linux Mint? Maybe somewhat similar to Dreamweaver? I can install Dreamweaver via wine, but I had only alloted a small portion of my drive (17GB) to Mint, therefore importing Windows files will fill my partition fast. Honestly, I'm not that particular to Dreamweaver, I just want to have my IDE the following criteria:

- Syntax Higlighting (for HTML&CSS, Javascript, PHP)*
- Auto-Completion *
- Syntax Validator * - I'm quite careless so these is THE most important, especially in Javascript, PHP.

Please help me! I just want my development to be fast, which I think a good IDE will help. Thanks a lot!

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Re: Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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Give a try to scite editor. It's in repo as well. Although it's not an IDE etc. there are many ways how to do own www pages...
Or Quanta - in repo too.
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Re: Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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jalbautista wrote:Hello! Can anyone here recommend a good Webpage Editor (or any IDE for Web Development) for Linux Mint? Maybe somewhat similar to Dreamweaver?
I wouldn't worry about dreamweaver style, unless that is your preferred application and you are used to it..
--almost any Linux HTML editor or web page IDE, can handle your requirements

Quanta plus has been a standard application for a long time; however there are many choices..
http://webdesign.about.com/od/linuxunix ... ditors.htm

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Re: Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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Quanta+ was broken for awhile and I started using Bluefish and am getting use to it.

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sudo apt-get install bluefish
LMDE ROCKS!!!

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Re: Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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I'm currently using Bluefish, but I don't know how to add Javascript Syntax validation to it. Are there anyone who can help me to add this feature in Bluefish?

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BTW this page could also help you...
http://www.linuxalt.com/
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Re: Good Webpage Editor for Linux Mint

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P.S. The Dreamwever, especially the portable dreamweaver can be ran by wine too :D
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