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Ewe may refer to:
Ewe people, an ethnic group in Ghana, Benin and Togo
Ewe music, music of the Ewe people
Ewe language, the language of the Ewe people
EWE, the station code for Ewell East railway station in Ewell, Surrey.
Edwin Washington Edwards, former Governor of Louisiana, commonly referred to by
his initials, EWE.
Isle of Ewe, an island off the west coast of Scotland
The Ewe people are a people of southeastern Ghana, Togo and Benin. They speak
the Ewe language and are related to other speakers of Gbe languages as the Fon
and the Aja of Togo and Benin. They have come to their present territory from
the east; their original homeland is traced to Oyo in western Nigeria.
The Ewe are essentially a patrilineal people, the founder of a community became
the chief and was usually succeeded by his paternal relatives. Ewe religion is
organized around a creator deity, Mawu.
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ewe_people"
EEWE Electronic Easy Web Editor
An HTML editor is a software application for creating web pages. Although the
HTML markup of a web page can be written with any text editor, specialized HTML
editors can offer convenience and added functionality. For example, many HTML
editors work not only with HTML, but also with related technologies such as CSS,
with remote web servers via FTP and WebDAV, and version management systems such
as CVS or Subversion.
There are various forms of HTML editors: text, object and WYSIWYG (What You See
Is What You Get) editors.
Macromedia HomeSite HTML editorText (source) editors intended for use with HTML
usually provide syntax highlighting. Templates, toolbars and keyboard shortcuts
may quickly insert common HTML elements and structures. Wizards, tooltip prompts
and auto-completion may help with common tasks.
Text HTML editors commonly include either built-in functions or integration with
external tools for such tasks as source and version control, link-checking, code
checking and validation, code cleanup and formatting, spell-checking, uploading
by FTP or WebDAV, and structuring as a project.
Text editors require user understanding of HTML and any other web technologies
Some editors allow alternate editing of the source text of objects in more
visually organized modes than simple color highlighting, but in modes not
considered WYSIWYG. Some WYSIWYG editors include the option of using palette
windows that enable editing the text-based parameters of selected objects. These
palettes allow either editing parameters in fields for each individual
parameter, or text windows to edit the full group of source text for the
selected object. They may include widgets to present and select options when
editing parameters. Adobe GoLive provides an outline editor to expand and
collapse HTML objects and properties, edit parameters, and view graphics
attached to the expanded objects.
WYSIWYG HTML editors
Amaya HTML editorWYSIWYG HTML editors provide an editing interface which
resembles how the page will be displayed in a web browser. Some editors, such as
ones in the form of browser extensions allow editing within a web browser.
Because using a WYSIWYG editor does not require any HTML knowledge, they are
easier for an average computer user to get started with.
The WYSIWYG view is achieved by embedding a layout engine based upon that used
in a web browser. The layout engine will have been considerably enhanced by the
editor's developers to allow for typing, pasting, deleting and moving the
content. The goal is that, at all times during editing, the rendered result
should represent what will be seen later in a typical web browser.
While WYSIWYG editors make web design faster and easier; many professionals
still use text editors, despite the fact that most WYSIWYG editors have a mode
to edit HTML code by hand. The web was not originally designed to be a visual
medium, and attempts to give authors more layout control, such as css, have been
poorly supported by major web browsers. Because of this, code automatically
generated by WYSIWYG editors frequently sacrifice file size and compatibility
with fringe browsers, to create a design that looks the same for widely used
desktop web browsers. This automatically generated code may be edited and
corrected by hand. For more on subject, see Difficulties in achieving WYSIWYG
What You See Is What You Mean (WYSIWYM) is an alternative paradigm to the
WYSIWYG editors above. Instead of focusing on the format or presentation of the
document, it preserves the intended meaning of each element. For example, page
headers, sections, paragraphs, etc. are labeled as such in the editing program,
and displayed appropriately in the browser.
Valid HTML code
HTML is a structured markup language. There are certain rules on how HTML must
be written if it is to conform to W3C standards for the World Wide Web.
Following these rules means that web sites are accessible on all types and makes
of computer, to able-bodied and people with disabilities, and also on wireless
devices like mobile phones and PDAs, with their limited bandwidths and screen
Unfortunately most HTML documents on the web are not valid according to W3C
standards. According to one study only about 1 out of 141 is valid. Even those
syntactically correct documents may be inefficient due to an unnecessary use of
repetition, or based upon rules that have been deprecated for some years.
Current W3C recommendations on the use of CSS with HTML were first formalised by
W3C in 1996 and have been revised and refined since then. See CSS, XHTML, W3C's
current CSS recommendation and W3C's current HTML recommendation.
These guidelines emphasise the separation of content (HTML or XHTML) from style
(CSS). This has the benefit of delivering the style information once for a whole
site, not repeated in each page, let alone in each HTML element. WYSIWYG editor
designers have been struggling ever since with how best to present these
concepts to their users without confusing them by exposing the underlying
reality. Modern WYSIWYG editors all succeed in this to some extent, but none of
them has succeeded entirely.
People who use text editors can generally fix such problems immediately, once
they become aware of them. People find it frustrating when such errors come from
However a web page was created or edited, WYSIWYG or by hand, in order to be
successful among the greatest possible number of readers and viewers, as well as
to maintain the 'worldwide' value of the Web itself it can be argued that, first
and foremost, it should consist of valid markup and code. Some would argue that
it should not be delivered by a designer to his or her customer, and not be
considered ready for the World Wide Web, until its HTML and CSS syntax has been
successfully validated using either the free W3C validator services (W3C HTML
Validator and W3C CSS Validator) or some other trustworthy alternatives.
Others would argue that publishing useful information, as soon as possible,
should be first and foremost.
Whatever software tools are used to design, create and maintain web pages, there
is little doubt that the quality of the underlying HTML is dependent on the
skill of the person who works on the page. Some knowledge of HTML, CSS and other
scripting languages as well as a familiarity with the current W3C
recommendations in these areas will help any designer produce better web pages,
with a WYSIWYG HTML editor and without .
Difficulties in achieving WYSIWYG
A given HTML document will have an inconsistent appearance on various platforms
and computers for several reasons:
Different browsers and applications will render the same markup differently.
The same page may display slightly differently in Internet Explorer and Firefox
on a high-resolution screen, but it will look very different in the perfectly
valid text-only Lynx browser. It needs to be rendered differently again on a
PDA, an internet-enabled television and on a mobile phone. Usability in a speech
or braille browser, or via a screen-reader working with a conventional browser,
will place demands on entirely different aspects of the underlying HTML.
Printing the page, via different browsers and different printers onto various
paper sizes, around the world, places other demands. With the correct use of
modern HTML and CSS there is no longer any need to provide 'Printable page'
links and then have to maintain two versions of the whole site. Nor is there any
excuse for pages not fitting the user's preferred paper size and orientation, or
wasting ink printing solid background colours unnecessarily, or wasting paper
reproducing navigation panels that will be entirely useless once printed out .
Browsers and computer graphics systems have a range of user settings.
Resolution, font size, colour, contrast etc can all be adjusted at the user's
discretion, and many modern browsers allow even more user control over page
appearance . All an author can do is suggest an appearance.
Web browsers, like all computer software, have bugs
They may not conform to current standards. It is hopeless to try to design Web
pages around all of the common browsers current bugs: each time a new version of
each browser comes out, a significant proportion of the World Wide Web would
need re-coding to suit the new bugs and the new fixes. It is generally
considered much wiser to design to standards, staying away from 'bleeding edge'
features until they settle down, and then wait for the browser developers to
catch up to your pages, rather than the other way round . In this regard, no one
can argue that CSS/XHTML is still 'cutting edge' as there is now widespread
support available in common browsers for all the major features , even if many
WYSIWYG and other editors have not yet entirely caught up .
What you see may be what most visitors get, but it is not guaranteed to be what
The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of
(purportedly) WYSIWYG HTML editors. Please see the individual products' articles
for further information, and Comparison of text editors for information on text
editors, many of which have features to assist with writing HTML. This article
is not all-inclusive or necessarily up-to-date.
Editor Version Creator Cost (USD) Software license Website
Amaya 9.55 W3C, INRIA Free W3C
Aptana 1.0.0 build 3242 Aptana Free (basic edition) / 100$ (professional
Bluefish 1.0.7 Bluefish Free GPL
Blaze Composer 3.0 Nikhil Baliga Free Closed source
CoffeeCup HTML Editor 2007 CoffeeCup Software US $49 Closed source
Contribute 4 Adobe Systems (formerly Macromedia) US $149 Closed source
Dreamweaver CS3 (9.0) Adobe Systems (formerly Macromedia) US $399 Closed source
Evrsoft First Page 2006 Evrsoft US $59.95 Closed source
FrontPage (Discontinued) 2003 Microsoft US $199 Closed source
GoLive 9.0 Adobe Systems (formerly GoLive Systems) US $399 Closed source
HTML-Kit 292 Chami.com Free to use, optional Registration: US $79 Closed source
HomeSite 5.5 Adobe Systems (formerly Macromedia) USD $99 EUR €123 Adobe Acrobat
KompoZer 0.7.10 Kaze Free MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/LGPL 2.1
Microsoft Expression Web Designer 2006 Microsoft US $299 Closed source
Mozilla Composer (Discontinued) 1.7.13 Mozilla Foundation Free MPL/GPL/LGPL
Nvu (Discontinued) 1.0 Daniel Glazman Free MPL/GPL/LGPL
OPEN BEXI HTML BUILDER 2.0 arcazj Free GPL
Quanta Plus 3.5.6 The Quanta Team Free GPL
RapidWeaver 3.5.1 Realmac Software US $39.95 Closed source
SeaMonkey Composer 1.1.5 SeaMonkey Council Free MPL/GPL/LGPL
Serif WebPlus 10 Serif US $79.99 Closed source
SiteSpinner 2.7 Virtual Mechanics US $49.00 Closed source
TrellianWebPage ? Trellian Free Closed source
Operating system support
This short section requires expansion.
Editor Windows Mac OS X Mac OS 9 Linux BSD Unix
Amaya Yes Yes No Yes source only source only
Aptana Yes Yes No Yes No No
Blaze Composer Yes No No No No No
CoffeeCup HTML Editor Yes No No No No No
Contribute Yes Yes No No No No
Dreamweaver Yes Yes Dropped No No No
Evrsoft First Page Yes No No No No No
GoLive Yes Yes Dropped No No No
HTML-Kit Yes No No No No No
Kompozer Yes Yes No Yes Yes No
Mozilla Composer Terminated (1.7.13) Terminated (1.7.13) Dropped (1.2.1)
Terminated (1.7.13) Terminated (1.7.13) Terminated (1.7.13)
Microsoft FrontPage Terminated (2003) No No No No No
Nvu Yes Yes No? Yes Yes No
Quanta Plus No No No Yes ? ?
SeaMonkey Composer Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
SiteSpinner Yes No No No No No
Editor FTP Upload Server-side scripting Shared editing Spell checking Templates
Amaya No No No Yes No
Aptana Yes Yes (via plugins) Yes No Some (i.e. Snippets)
CoffeeCup HTML Editor Yes No No Yes Yes
Dreamweaver Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Evrsoft First Page Yes Yes No Yes Yes
GoLive Yes Yes No Yes Yes
HTML-Kit Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Kompozer Yes No No Yes Yes
Microsoft FrontPage Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Nvu Yes No No Yes Yes
Quanta Plus Yes Yes ? ? Yes
SeaMonkey Composer Yes? No No Yes No
SiteSpinner Yes No No Yes Yes
Web technology support
Amaya Partial No No No No Yes Yes No No No ?
Aptana Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No
Blaze Composer Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
CoffeeCup HTML Editor Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes No
Dreamweaver Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Partial ? Yes ? Yes
Evrsoft First Page Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
FrontPage Partial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
GoLive Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No
Kompozer Yes Yes Partial Yes No Yes No No No No No
Nvu Yes No No Yes No Yes No No No No No
Quanta Plus ? ? ? ? ? Yes ? ? ? ? ?
SeaMonkey Composer No Yes No Yes No No No No No No ?
SiteSpinner Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No No No
Image format support
Editor JPEG GIF PNG MNG TIFF SVG PDF
Amaya Yes Yes Yes ? Yes Yes No
Aptana Yes Yes Yes No (coming soon) Yes Depends Depends
CoffeeCup HTML Editor Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No
Dreamweaver Yes Yes Yes No No No ?
Evrsoft First Page Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No
FrontPage Yes Yes Yes Depends Yes? Depends Depends
GoLive Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No
Kompozer Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Nvu Yes Yes Yes No No No No
SeaMonkey Composer Yes Yes Yes No No No No
SiteSpinner Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No
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