I guess, you run into this bug
Please read the duplicates too, to see whether it covers your problem.
Until a developer fixes it, you should use Apache OpenOffice. Or you
begin to use a very different tool. Most editors, which have features
for comfortably editing web pages, have a preview in what ever browser
you like to test your page.
You should really consider to learn HTML. You only need basics and such
I have taught successfully to kids.
Please pardon me if I do not use the correct terminology. I do not know html.
About a year ago I was able to open and edit my website's home page,
index.html, using LO (Writer, I think). It looked just like the web page
itself, but could be edited and then previewed to show what it would look
like when the changes were saved. Links could be changed, photographs and
text replaced, etc.
Now, however, every attempt to open "index.html" gives screens of (I
presume, html code) numbers and letters that I do not know how to work with.
There is a remote possibility I was doing this with OOo Writer, but I'm
quite sure I had moved to LO by a year ago.
Can anyone help? I would like to make some changes to that page without
investing the resources to learn html. [LibreOffice Version: 220.127.116.11, Build
ID: 420m0(Build:2) with Kubuntu 14.4]
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