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Is Adobe's Dreamweaver still the go-to WYSIWYG HTML editor?

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Elliot B.    1,648

I am a beginner.

 

The last time I tried a bit of web design, which was around 10 years ago, Adobe Dreamweaver was the main WYSIWYG HTML software around.

 

Is it still?

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+Human.Online    8,771

You know, I don't think there is a "go-to WYSIWYG" editor anymore.  What I mean is that in the last (x) years, I've not seen anyone using WYSIWYG editors, and people have learned to code properly.

 

Happy to be corrected.

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MikeChipshop    3,458

You'd be better off using http://muse.adobe.com/ , at the end of the day, WYSIWYG is just never going to be good so what you're looking for is the best of a bad bunch.

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Depicus    951
8 minutes ago, Nik L said:

You know, I don't think there is a "go-to WYSIWYG" editor anymore.  What I mean is that in the last (x) years, I've not seen anyone using WYSIWYG editors, and people have learned to code properly.

 

Happy to be corrected.

No you are correct, I much prefer to work on a local web server and check in multiple browsers.

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