10 Free HTML Editor on Linux

Free HTML editors are ideal and offer great flexibility and power without shelling out much money. In case you want more features and flexibility, there are quite a number of reasonably priced HTML editors in the market.

As cited on webdesign.about.com, here’s looking at some of the best along with their features.

1. Komodo Edit – This is the best free XML editor available and has a lot of features for HTML and CSS development. Apart from this, you can avail extensions for adding languages or other useful features (including special characters). You can get two versions of it namely Komodo Edit and Komodo IDE. For further information you can go on-
Komodo Edit

2. Aptana Studio – It is an interesting take on web page development focusing on the HTML, JavaScript and other elements allowing you to make rich Internet applications. The most interesting thing is the outline view that enables it easy for visualizing the DOM. For further information you can go on-
Aptana Studio

3. NetBeans – This is a Java IDE that assist in building strong web applications. It has a steep learning curve as they work differently than other web editors. Its striking feature is the version control included in the IDE which is good for people working in large development environments. For further information you can go on-

4. Screem- This is a versatile text web page editor and XML editor. It can recognize the Doctype being used by you and validates and completes tags based on that. It also has wizards and help which is not generally seen on Unix software. For further information you can go on-

5. Bluefish – This is a full featured web editor for Linux with the 2.0 release adding a number of great new features. It also has native executables for Windows and Macintosh. It comes with code-sensitive spell check, auto complete of a number of different languages (HTML, PHP, CSS, etc.), snippets, project management, and auto-save. For further information you can go on-

6. Eclipse –This is a complex development environment ideal for people doing a lot of coding on different platforms in different languages. Eclipse is made as plug-ins so in case you need to edit anything you simply need to find the right plug-in and go. It has Java, JavaScript, and PHP plugins, along with plugin for mobile developers. For further information you can go on-

7. SeaMonkey - This is the Mozilla project integrated Internet application suite. It comes with a web browser, email and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and composer — the web page editor. A good thing about using SeaMonkey is that it comes with a built-in browser so testing is quick. For further information you can go on SeaMonkey

8. Amaya – This is the W3C web editor that also acts as a web browser validating the HTML while you build your page. It permits you to view the tree structure of your web documents so it is great for understanding the DOM and how your documents appear in the document tree. For further information you can go on-

9. KompoZer – This is a good WYSIWYG editor based on the Nvu editor. This came into existence by certain people who were very fond of Nvu, but did not like its slow release schedules and poor support. For further information you can go on-

10. Nvu – This is a great WYSIWYG editor and its free. It comes with a site manager that allows you to review the sites being built. It has XML support, advanced CSS support, full site management, built-in validator, and international support along with WYSIWYG and color coded XHTML editing. For further information you can go on-

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