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  • Controlling Websites from apps?
    There have been and still are lots of apps that do this very thing from various angles. Unfortunately, my favourite apps are no longer supported. They were: Dreamweaver; and PHPed. I would suggest checking out BlueGriffon for example. Source: 11 months ago
  • Submitting content to my online website feels a little…primitive
    Another option would be a WYSIWYG HTML editor that also gives you access to the HTML code, such as BlueGriffon. Source: about 1 year ago
  • I am just flabbergasted and in complete stupor (point me to an MS FrontPage alternative)
    You can try the free version of BlueGriffon. It has WYSIWYG authoring. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Mozilla’s Vision for the Evolution of the Web
    » For me, before Firefox 57, it worked superbly for me. Afterwards, of my 13 essential addons, only 2 still worked and one of those was trivial and unimportant. It destroyed my browser and drove me away from using Firefox after nearly 20 years, dozens of computers and ½ dozen different operating systems. Other cut functionality: The best cross-platform FOSS email client, by... - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • What is the best FREE easy website creator?
    Traditionally the best tool for easy web pages is Adobe Dreamweaver but as you want free: Http:// Source: about 3 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of BlueGriffon

Top 8 Dreamweaver Alternatives for Web Designers
BlueGriffon is one of the effective web editors, which also has the power of open-source community and rendering engine of Mozilla. First, BlueGriffon includes an ultra-simple UI that can attract most of web developers in very first look itself. The open-source tool, coming with the support for Windows, Mac and Linux, can help you in building the web for tomorrow. The tool has support for HTML5, CSS3, MathML, SVG...
Top 10 Best Adobe Dreamweaver Alternatives for Web Design
BlueGriffon looks and feels a lot like Kompozer which is probably why I like it a lot. The free version does not include an FTP upload facility which is a bit disappointing. If you want to get more serious about your web design then the paid versions are worth a look too.
7 open source alternatives to Dreamweaver
BlueGriffon is an open source WYSIWYG editor powered by Gecko, the rendering engine developed for Mozilla Firefox. One of a few derivatives of NVU, a now-discontinued HTML editor, BlueGriffon is the only actively developed NVU derivative that supports HTML5 as well as modern components of CSS. If your goal is to write as little actual HTML as possible, then BlueGriffon is the tool you want. It's a true...

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