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wysiwyg template editing?

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  • I meant like wysiwyg editing the templates like you would with a html page though. how can I do that
    I’m useless at hardcoding stuff

    Topstyle is a good editor… and standards compliant to boot 😉

    Yes, DW does WYSIWYG, as does TopStyle as uberwald said. There are lots of HTML editors out there, many are good and free as well.
    Google it, and you’ll see!

    except for lack of support for advanced CSS, dreamweaver does fine for template editing…

    For the people using a Macintosh, there is a CSS Editor called “CCS Edit” from the developers http://www.macrabbit.com/cssedit/
    I’m using this software by about 6 months and is really easy to use and is absolutely powerful.
    thanks !

    The best solution would be Dreamweaver native objects and templates. One of the downfalls of WordPress is that it mucks things up by making CSS only sites. CSS is fine for editing text, but I am sorry, untill there is a visual editor for CSS positioning it will not catch on for newbies.
    Dreamweaver is king when it comes to editors, why don’t the nerdy developers here understand that?

    When Dreamweaver becomes freeware, and as such available to all of us, maybe it would be better supported ?
    Dare I say that I, for one, actually dislike the wysiwyg type stuff – I like to know what the code does and how it does it.
    And I wouldn’t quite say that using ‘CSS only’ is a downfall 🙂

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