Questions tagged [wysiwyg]

What You See Is What You Get. Use this tag if you're looking for an application which shows you instantly the result while you're editing the contents or code.

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Free WYSIWYG DocBook editor

DocBook is a document expression format. I am looking for a free DocBook editor in WYSIWYG mode. Requirements: What you see is what you get Supports as many DITA elements as possible Very reliable, ...
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Free WYSIWYG DITA editor

DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture) has a document fragment format. I am looking for a free DITA editor in WYSIWYG mode. Requirements: What you see is what you get Supports all concepts: ...
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WYSIWYG HTML editor for Linux

I’ve recently made a shift from Windows to Ubuntu and one of the software that I’m really missing is Adobe Dreamweaver. Wine doesn’t give as good an experience. Which WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You ...
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Wiki to replace Microsoft Word

Background An organization has a vast number of MS Word documents. Pertinent MS Word features include: Simplicity: just edit and go (WYSIWYG). Track changes. Visual table editor. There are a number ...
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Markdown editor to preserve URL links in text copied from browser

I am looking for a good Markdown editor to keep track of what I am reading and learning online to improve my web developer skills and stay in touch with latest technologies. As I read sometimes huge ...
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Free WYSIWYG xml editor for Mac (preferably cross-platform)

Until now I was working with Syntext Serna XML Editor on Mac which had a free version. It seems that it was renamed in CORENA Studio which is no longer free. I need a free WYSIWYG xml editor with: ...