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I cannot seem to find info on creating web pages on my Ubuntu 12.10 server. Is there a program to do this like Microsoft has (such as Frontpage)?

I have installed Ubuntu 12.10, PHPMyadmin, MYSql, Lamp server, postfix.

Now what should I do?

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Possible Duplicate: askubuntu.com/q/48299/44179 –  Seth Jan 8 '13 at 4:32
    
@iSeth I don't know if MikeM24 wants an IDEs, so this may not be a duplicate. –  Vreality Jan 8 '13 at 4:36
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Front page is discontinued and replaced by visual web developer. If you want similar app for ubuntu try bluegriffon –  Tachyons Jan 8 '13 at 5:00
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In case the OP wants a WYSIWYG HTML editor, this question is a duplicate of askubuntu.com/questions/64619/… Otherwise it's a duplicate of the question about IDEs linked to @iSeth –  Sergey Jan 8 '13 at 5:17
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possible duplicate of Basic Web Development IDE/Editor like Dreamweaver? –  Tachyons Jan 8 '13 at 7:44
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Usually servers are set to hold and serve pages, the development machine is at the hand of the developer, and syncs the web application using a protocol such as SFTP, FTP or WebDav.

If you have a xserver desktop on your machine, I'd recommend you Gedit that can be set up to be a great text editor for web development. (Some tips here)

For non-GUI use (i.e. ssh access) there is vim which is widely used, and nano which is very simple.

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There is another way to improve Gedit: stackoverflow.com/questions/6387432/… –  Lourenzo Ferreira Jan 8 '13 at 7:44
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Vim is a great start. If you plan on making it yourself, a text editor like vim or an IDE such as geany would probably suit you well. If you're learning, making it yourself is the best way in my opinion.

Here are some editors to look into. If you want a "What You See Is What You Get" kind of editor (like Dreamweaver) then Kompozer looks like a good option if you don't mind compiling from source. Amaya and SeaMonkey are two other options. Here's a paid app you could check out: quickandeasywebbuilder

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Kompozer is no longer maintained so it is not available in ubuntu 12.10 repository. Blue griffon is better than kompozer –  Tachyons Jan 8 '13 at 5:01
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