| 8:37 pm on Apr 2, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I got a copy of an early version of namo on a mag. cover, tried it and bought the latest version - dont like their templates at all, but I find it easy to use. Does anyone else use this wysiwyg?
| 10:16 am on Apr 3, 2004 (gmt 0)|
No. Use DW - though looking at the NVU that 4eyes mentioned in a previous thread, as their are distributions for windows and linux native - without emulators.
| 7:38 pm on Apr 4, 2004 (gmt 0)|
When you say "no" are you speaking for everyone - I dont understand your msg.
Are you replying to mine? I ask myself.
I cant justify the expense of DW at this moment, so your comment "use DW" doesnt help.
In fact I'm not sure what you are on about at all?
Do you have a problem with Namo?
| 7:41 pm on Apr 4, 2004 (gmt 0)|
the 'no' was to your original question - which is that i have never used Namo.
However i do use dreamweaver and currently looking at NVU, as it works with Linux, whereas DW is for windows and mac's
| 7:37 am on Apr 5, 2004 (gmt 0)|
thanks for clearing that up,
| 2:14 pm on Apr 5, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Will Namo WebEditor be able to do some cool functions like HTML kit can? For example if I want to make one change to 100 pages I can do this with HTML kit, can I do this with Namo also? I have yet to figure out most fuctions with HTML kit it is very complicated.
Also if I already have a website and I want to create a new layout adding tables, to separate top, left and main areas can I overlay this table onto the existing information or do I have to start all over again and copy and paste the text? If Namo cannot do this which program can? If HTML kit can do it can someone explain how? I find html kit to be very difficult to understand. I just downloaded the trial version of Namo and it is much more user friendly but I am not sure it can do what I want.
Any help would be appreciated!