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What Is a Recommended Replacement for “KompoZer” Web Design/maintenance App?

I have used the open source, free KompoZer application for designing and maintaining a website for our condo community. It appears that a 64-bit version will NOT be available (for use with Catalina).

KompoZer is a basic WYSIWYG application. Does anyone have a recommendation for a comparable replacement?

Thanks in advance.
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Barry MacDowell

Comments: 3 Responses to “What Is a Recommended Replacement for “KompoZer” Web Design/maintenance App?”

    5 months ago

    Those old-style WYSIWYG web builders aren’t used much anymore. Instead, the modern sites use a content management system (CMS) like WordPress, or. Simpler web-based builder like SquareSpace or Wix. There are many others. I would look into them instead of trying to find some other software to do it that way.

    Barry MacDowell
    5 months ago

    Thanks so much for the guidance, Gary. I will pursue these other options. (I see a learning curve coming up! LOL)

    Richard Fuhr
    5 months ago

    I agree with Gary that there are more modern alternatives to KompoZer. However, I often like using these basic WSIWYG applications such as KompoZer and recently learned that SeaMonkey provides similar functionality with its built-in Composer. Also, SeaMonkey is a 64-bit application on the Mac.

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