Good editing software that can replace Dreamweaver on Linux
If you are a web developer and have always been accustomed to DreamWeaver, popular Adobe software that references the thread after switching your operating system to Linux, (Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Fedora, etc …) you might have been a little frustrated because there is no software with exactly the same characteristics as proprietary software. Some alternatives come from, you can not even get rid of Dreamweaver you can try emulating it on WINE or look for alternatives, such as Aptana and one that I like very much for simplicity, BlueFish.In this post I want to show you one more option, BlueGriffon, software that some call "Linux Dreamweaver".BlueGriffon is a cross-platform editor that lets you create and edit format files. HTML (HTML 4, XML, XHTML, and HTML 5) as well as files from CSS3. With the option to add images like Dreamweaver does. Check out the video below:
Are we going to install? Download the .deb package directly from the project site, good news that if you use Windows or Mac, there are versions for these systems as well.
Give the program execution permission by right clicking on the downloaded file in the permissions tab, after that right click again and use the program center to install. Any questions leave us comments
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