More on Linux HTML editors
I’ve been playing with Bluefish for a while, just long enough to be irritated by a couple of its shortcomings. It persists in using deprecated tags like i and b instead of em and strong. It’s a bit difficult to customize, and the manual is HTML only. If the program is going to be non-intuitive, I want a manual I can print and study.
Today I started playing with Quanta Plus. Right off the bat it’s easier to customize and the workflow is a bit smoother. It uses WW3C standard tags. Very promising. Except Bluefish had a friendlier icon to click on; it reminded me of one of the characters in Finding Nemo. Otherwise, so far I like Q+ better.