Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

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Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

Postby vmars316 on Thu Aug 04, 2016 6:44 pm

Hello & Thanks ,
Is there a way to cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> for Html5 ?
I am running version: 0.7.10 (20070831)

Thanks..Vern
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Re: Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

Postby wink0r on Thu Aug 04, 2016 7:04 pm

KompoZer is not HTML5 compliant and is unlikely to be updated. The original lead developer for the NVu project on which KompoZer is based has a new project that is HTML5/CSS3 compliant and does have a freeware version. That project is: BlueGriffon.
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Re: Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

Postby vmars316 on Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:57 pm

wink0r wrote:KompoZer is not HTML5 compliant and is unlikely to be updated. The original lead developer for the NVu project on which KompoZer is based has a new project that is HTML5/CSS3 compliant and does have a freeware version. That project is: BlueGriffon.

Ok, Thanks,
I did find a freeware version of BlueGriffonv2.3.1
here: https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2200
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Re: Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

Postby dr-john on Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:38 am

I'm a tiny bit confused.
There's link to the Blue Griffin website in your post and in wink0r's post.
There is a download link on that site for the free version, so you go to another site to download it...
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Re: Html5: cause KompoZer to accept <!DOCTYPE html> ?

Postby gregtutor on Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:27 pm

Weird indeed as the site referred to talks of an adware installer and a Microsoft Visual C++ dependency. I wouldn't touch that version with a barge pole.
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