A new web standards compliant WYSIWYG web editor is now available at bluegriffon.org. Features include that it’s open source and free, plus it does:
- HTML5 – including forms, video and audio
- CSS3 – including D Transforms, Transitions, Shadows, Linear/Radial Gradients and Repeating Gradients, Border Images, Columns, Flex Box Model
- a user interface to work with some important ARIA attributes
It’s based on the Gecko rendering engine and works in Linux, Mac and Windows. Although the software is free, they are selling add ons for a few Euros each. The MathML, for example, is an add on.
You can, of course, toggle between code and design views.
A hat tip to @mollydotcom who tweeted the news.