[scribus] OT Web tools
John at T4sLtd.co.uk
Wed Jul 9 00:07:42 CEST 2008
John Culleton wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 July 2008 08:16:43 am Craig Bradney wrote:
>>> Quanta Plus is another and Linux-only html development tool. It
>>> is closely integrated with the KDE desktop, a common GUI on Linux
>>> machines. It aims to beat all the competition, including
>> I wouldn't use anything but Quanta Plus - I have used it for
>> writing websites with it for years. A very good product, and with
>> KDE4 moving to OSX and Windows, it will be 100% cross platform too.
> Two questions:
> 1. Do you prefer html or xhtml?
> 2. Do you regularly use CSS?
For the work we're doing with schools, I guess the question is 'Which
has most future ?'. Some enthusiasts tell me that xhtml is the only way
to go. I don't really know enough to comment, but have no enthusiasm
for 'change for changes sake'.
> Quanta seems oriented to traditional html rather than xhtml. I don't
> have a dog in that race, but I need to make a decision on where I
> should invest my learning and developing time.
OK - same here really, but I'm being pushed towards xhtml.
John Beardmore, MSc EDM (Open), B.A. Chem (Oxon), CMIOSH, AIEMA, MEI
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