Linked by Metin Amiroff on Tue 20th Apr 2004 17:30 UTC
General Development N|vu is a web development application with a WYSIWYG interface that is aimed to be user friendly, easy and powerful, sponsored by Linspire. This review looks at this program in detail and aims to help users to get an idea about it.
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Still very immature, but promising...
by Ziggamon on Tue 20th Apr 2004 18:15 UTC

I did not manage to create a link... it simply didn't let me enter what the link text would be... and that's as basic as you get...

Another problem with WYSIWYG editors in general is that they produce sucky web sites, which cannot be easily made dynamic, or even updated regularly. That's why there is HTML and why people trying to make web sites should learn it.
Of course, if you are 12 and making "Little John's homepage" this editor will be a good choice (WILL, it is still very immature)

My suggestion as a proffessional web developer is: use bluefish!
Or if you are a KDE person, I've heard good things about Quanta.