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Le 19/09/2014 01:07, Hal Vaughan a écrit :

Hi Hal,

Overall, yes as Alex says, LibreOffice, as an HTML editor, is crippled.  At some point I have a 
question on another issue I want to post relating to the HTML editor and how converting to HTML 
can seriously mung the whole layout of an ODT document.  (But that’s a whole separate issue.)  
Unfortunately, Dreamweaver has the market and I don’t want to spend a ton (or, as it is now, a 
monthly subscription) for it and I can’t find a good HTML editor for OS X for a lower price.

I take it that doesn't do what you are looking for ?

You might want to look at BlueGriffon :


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