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    HTML editor and FTP for Linux

    I am looking for an HTML/CSS/PHP/etc; editor with built in FTP for Linux.
    I accidental deleted my windows partition so I have no more dreamweaver.

    Also what is the program like http://www.launchy.net/ for Linux?
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    You can launch any programs in Linux from a console window. That said, there are some programs that are like little dock bars. The names of some of them are escaping me at the moment, and I know a new one is coming out with KDE4.

    As for an editor, I believe Eclipse has an FTP plug-in you can get for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodayslate View Post
    I am looking for an HTML/CSS/PHP/etc; editor with built in FTP for Linux.
    I accidental deleted my windows partition so I have no more dreamweaver.
    few year ago I use quanta. It has html/css/php/mysql/xml/xslt suport.
    IFAIK it use cervesia, ( i hope is corect spell, ) for syncronize your local site's files with remote files.

    Quote Originally Posted by twodayslate View Post
    Also what is the program like http://www.launchy.net/ for Linux?
    sorry, I don't know what is this.

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    I found bluefish for HTML, better than dreamweaver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodayslate View Post
    I found bluefish for HTML, better than dreamweaver.
    try quanta, is better then bluefish,

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    I don't have cervisia, how do I download that for ubuntu?
    http://cervisia.kde.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodayslate View Post
    I don't have cervisia, how do I download that for ubuntu?
    http://cervisia.kde.org/
    you don't need to take care of it. Just use synaptic or apt to install quanta, and will be installed allong with any package it need.

    I'm using debian and ubuntu is based on it. I recomand to use synaptic as installer.

    best regards

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    I love using both quanta and bluefish. A lot of linux guys prefer eclipse, but I have never found it to be a great editor for html.

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    I also heard some good stuff about eclipse. Will check that out.

    OK, how do I set up FTP in quanta? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodayslate View Post
    I also heard some good stuff about eclipse. Will check that out.
    AFAIK eclipse is more then an editor. Anyway are a lot of good editors for linux, including bluefish, but quanta have a good documentation for php/mysql/html, and a debuger for xslt.
    The only reason I don't use it is that I don't want to install kde and gnome. BTW a good css editor is cssed, better then what provide quanta, :-)

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    OK, how do I set up FTP in quanta? Thanks
    sorry, I can't remember, was few years ago, and is not installed on my computer, the only thing I can help is to recomand to read quanta documentation, is integrated in quanta.
    As far I remember you must setup in a dialog in quanta the domain name, upload directory, local directory on your computer( where you have the source), user name and password for remote server.

    Make a backup of your remote files so you can restore it in case something go wrong.

    best regards.

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    I read this article recently about customizing gEdit as a web developer's tool. Have a look, it seems fairly detailed.

    I am evaluating Linux, and have been meaning to try this out.

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    Very nice. Well, thanks guys a lot for your help!
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    Check out kompozer. It has all the features you need.

    http://www.kompozer.net/
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    Cool

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    I also heard some good stuff about eclipse. Will check that out.

    OK, how do I set up FTP in quanta? Thanks
    To set up FTP in quanta, please just type the URL in the "open file" dialog box.
    By example : " ftp://myftpserver.com/mydirectory/"

    Press enter, and after the system will prompt you to enter the sensible data, like username and password.

    Very cute!
    Thanks Quanta... and KDE!

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    two year old thread but thanks
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