Composer Voted Third Best Web Development Tool in Builder.com Readers' Choice Awards
Monday December 1st, 2003
irongut writes in with news that Mozilla Composer 1.5 came third in the Best Web Development Tool category of the CNET Builder.com 2nd Annual Readers' Choice Awards: "Their commentary says: 'Mozilla's relatively high showing is a bit of a surprise because, frankly, I never considered it to be a development tool. Perhaps those members using Mozilla would like to share with us what they like about it as a Web development tool.' Obviously they've never heard of Venkman."
#7 Re: Re: don't forget the dom explorer
Tuesday December 2nd, 2003 4:57 AM
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You've hit the exact problem I've been running into for years. I plan on (eventually) hacking mozile <http://mozile.mozdev.org> to work as a content editor that can only insert a predefined set of styles/markup. The workflow would be something like: write page framework (text editor), write css (text editor), do graphics (photoshop), do content (mozile). I want something kind of like a wiki but WYSIWYG and with proper markup and styling. I could then design sites and hand them over to the nonprofit secretaries/organizers that I typically do pages for, which would prevent me from having to maintain them. It'd be great.