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Using Bluefish as Your Web Editor

Introduction Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and web developers, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages. Bluefish is not a WYSIWYG editor but, it is a good programming editor that you can quickly create. Bluefish is a multi-platform application that runs on most desktop operating systems... read more

How To Install BlueGriffon 2.x on Fedora 24

Introduction InĀ  this post we will cover how to install BlueGriffon on Fedora 24. BlueGriffon is a wysiwyg editor for Web Development. It runs on MAC OSX , Windows and Linux. In earlier life BlueGriffon was Nvu and then KompoZer and is based on the Firefox Gecko engine. Installation First thing is to download the tarball from here. In this case we are installing on bit Fedora 24 so select UbuntuĀ  64 bit.... read more

Install BlueGriffon Web Editor on Fedora 16 x64

Just recently had the need to try out a new wysiwyg web editor and remember from years ago using NVU which is a simple graphical editor based on Netscape / Gecko engine. Development stop and was taken up by Kompozer which was stopped as well, but now has new life under BlueGriffon. BlueGriffon is a new WYSIWYG content editor for the World Wide Web. Powered by Gecko, the rendering engine of Firefox 4,... read more

Quick and Easy Apache/PHP/MySQL on Windows

While working on a website for a customer came upon a connectivity issue while working on a laptop getting to the Linux server to test the code. I thought about installing Apache / MySQL / PHP all locally on the laptop and setup a testing server, when I stumbled on XAMPP. XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP and Perl. XAMPP is really very easy to install and to use –... read more

Alfresco Install on Windows

Been a few days since my initial boring post but I promise this to be a bit better. As part of my day to day responsibilities I am a SharePoint 2007 / 2010 administrator, but the Linux portion of me is looking for an Opensource alternative and I have found it with Alfresco . Look in the coming days for more information on how to install and configure this awesome piece of software. read more