Web Design Software for interfacing to MySQL on Linux with APACHE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 25, 2005
Hi Linux Users,
Please can anyone point me to a good web page design tool which can speed up the use of PHP/HTML to produce a web interface to MySQL running on linux with APACHE. In the windows world there are lots of tools which do this but I cannot find anything which would run on a linux box.
Linux web design software or packages for newbie to Linux studio64
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2009
I am slowly learning linux, as an older female very keen but step by step learner.
I been practising Front Page, but would like to do a webpage with Linux software, that is easy to use, as I am not nearly advanced in the nerdy direction yet...would love to be there, but slowly slowly, keenly keenly.
easy to use web design software?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 7, 2011
i'm looking for some easy to use web design software that is compatible with ubuntu. i'm a complete beginner at web design, and i'm looking for something that can be put on my computer and then used when i'm offline. so no web design sites such as wix or moonfruit.
Linux for Graphic Design, web design, and publishing
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 17, 2004
I've been using Linux for a few months now and I have come to really enjoy it. I have Suse 9.2 Pro on my laptop and I have to say that its great not having to worry about getting a virus or crashing all the time. My interest has gotten me to tell others about Linux. At my job, we have a mixture of Windows and Macs. We do publishing and have a lot of artwork and visual stuff that we do. One of the core problems that I've been trying to help solve is this issue of non conforming network. What I mean by this is that I haven't been able to successfully setup a network that works pretty much seamless with a Linux file server and Windows/Macs as clients.
So one of the things that occured to me is that it might be a good idea to change the whole office to use Linux. It costs the company virtually nothing and well, with my experience it appears that Linux's stability is exactly the type of thing the office network needs.
My question to everyone is, are there any graphic designers,
WYSIWYG Web design program for Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 21, 2004
I don't expect to have a powerful program like Dreamweaver for Windows, but at least is WYSIWYG...
Website to promote Graphic Design and Web Design on Linux/FOSS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 7, 2013
I have been doing Professional Graphic Design and Web Design for about 13 years.
The last 2 years have been maininly using Linux/FOSS.
I am in the process of creating a website to promote Graphic Design and Web Design on Linux/FOSS, my goal is to help both new and expericend designers learn to use Linux/FOSS and help them avoid a lot of pitfalls and frustrations.
I would love to hear any feedback about the idea, and also any suggestions, topics, issues or questions people have or would like to see addressed.
WYSWYG web design software similar to Dreamweaver for Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2008
I am used to using Dreamweaver CS3 in Windows XP for designing PHP/Mysql websites for my LAMP Server, but now I have ditched Windoze completely and as I am too lazy to manually type each line of code and prefer to use WYSWYG software.
I was wondering if there was any software of similar type to dreamweaver that I can use in Ubuntu where I can have a WYSWYG software with PHP/Mysql capabilities, I have tried using DW CS3 under Wine but it doesn't install
I have looked at NVU but it doesn't have the PHP/Mysql features I would like or need.
Any help anyone could give me would be great
Web Design Software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 27, 2004
What good web design software is available for Linux?
Looking for good nonWYSIWYG web design software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 28, 2007
I know you've probably seen a number of posts by me asking this question or that. This is because I am making a renewed effort to learn more about Linux. My best way to do that is to involve myself thoroughly with it, which mostly means being able to utilize it in the same way I use my Windows computer, with comparable tools, etc.
So ... on to another question ...
I currently use web design utilities like Macromedia HomeSite and the previously free HTML-Kit for editing my home and work websites. I do not like WYSIWYG apps, and like to code my pages directly. I'm not looking for a content management package either. I code in HTML, ASP, Java, and PHP. What Linux packages are available that might meet my needs for this?
Good web design software?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 20, 2005
Hi, I'm fairly new to Linux (and loving it!).. and still working on finding good matches for software I used to use in Windows...
My question is if there is a comparible program to Macromedia's Dreamweaver for Linux? Thanks!
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