Doug's right, the 8's allow direct publishing, but I think they're
both _much_ worse than just "a bit clutzy." Unfortunately, I haven't
found much that is markedly better. My students are using the
Netscape editor -- because it's right under their mouse, mostly --
but it's not really better (and running under Windows 95/8 it won't
let you re-save a file on a network directory). I use a Symantec
product called Visual Page, which is just a smidgin better.
If anybody's found what I think everyone is waiting for, a real word
processor that just _works_ in html, and which will let you go
directly into the codes and edit them when you need to (VP does that,
at least), I'd be happy to know of it. I'd even pay for it.
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