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SeaMonkey has a built-in web interface, so it' s a snap to test SeaMonkey with your own web browsers. It is also a free WYSIWYG editor with integrated FTP function to post your web pages. Ataya is the web editor for 3C. There are a host of functions that most webmasters will never use, but if you're concerned about coding and you want to be sure that your pages work with the standard content of 3C, this is a great editor.
CompoZer is an WYSIWYG editor that is simple to use. Initially powered by the Nvu editor, it is now powered by the Mozilla engine. It' a "what you see is what you get" editor with integrated files and FTP to bring your pages to your webmaster. CompoZer is for non-technical website owners who want a professionally looking website without HTML knowledge.
The Nvu is a robust editor for writing your own TYSIWYG files. Some of the key features included enhanced Web site handling, enhanced Web site interface (CSS) capabilities, full site handling, integrated validation and global XHTML processing, as well as full XHTML and Web site validation. The Trellian WebPage is one of the few free web publishers that provides both free web browsing and web browsing within Trellian WebPage.
The XStandard is an HTML editor that is a constituent of the web page itself. It' not exactly an editor for everyone, but if you want to give your site visitors the ability to manipulate HTML, and you need HTML and good quality HTML and CSS, this is a good one.
The XStandard is executed as a plug-in in a web-browser. You can run it on a wallpaper in Visual Studio, Access, VB and VC++. for example. Free Dynamic HTML Editor is a few changes back from the pay back edition, and it is free for non-profit organizations and private use only.