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Quanta Plus

Quanta is a web editor for KDE supporting HTML and more. It has dynamic preview, project management, context tag editing and context tag reference docs, auto-completion, DTD management, templates, loadable toolbars, document structure tree, and much more.

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  •  25 Feb 2008 17:00

Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes for Quanta, but there is now the ability to load the new Kommander KParts as plugins from the project tree. There was no previous mechanism to pass a filename to a KPart. This includes an extensively updated Kommander which can be used to extend Quanta+.

  •  26 Jan 2007 03:12

Release Notes: Crashes in the CSS editor and PHP debugger were fixed. Symlink handling in a project and some problems in the automatic backup system were fixed.

  •  11 Oct 2006 13:29

Release Notes: This release contains more than twenty bugfixes, including fixes for long standing bugs like the ever growing configuration file, crashes in the VPL editor, and project handling. It also improves editing of CSS files.

  •  24 Jun 2006 03:55

Release Notes: This release adds fixes for VPL. It requires KDE 3.5.3 for enhanced stability.

  •  28 Mar 2006 13:44

Release Notes: The release contains many bugfixes and improvements, the most important being that a grave bug causing random crashes when editing PHP was fixed. It was released as part of KDE 3.5.2.

RSS Recent comments

29 Jan 2007 11:46 dkuhlman

Re: php editing

> Can quanta can be used for php editing.

> As well can quanta generate valid xhtml

> 1.0 transitional document like Amaya. I

> am currently using amaya for creating

> all my web pages. Is there any other

> better software than this, that is

> standards compliant as well.

I recently installed Quanta 3.5.5.

Yes, Quanta generates XHTML tags, for example it inserts "<hr />" rather than "<hr>".

At first I was confused because I could not find a preference/setting to specify this. But, if you have the standard

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/D...;

at the top of your file, Quanta uses XHTML automatically.

I don't do PHP, but I noticed that there is some support for inserting PHP code in a basic document template.

Dave

04 Jun 2005 19:58 contusion

php editing
Can quanta can be used for php editing. As well can quanta generate valid xhtml 1.0 transitional document like Amaya. I am currently using amaya for creating all my web pages. Is there any other better software than this, that is standards compliant as well.

16 May 2005 03:04 fersten

Debugging PHP Code
How to debug with Quanta Plus: Debugging PHP Code with Quanta Plus (www.very-clever.com/qu...)

19 Mar 2005 09:00 amantia

Re: Quanta cannot be started
Please post on our user's list (quanta@kde.org,
subscription required), as we don't watch this forum too
often.

Regarding your bug: the binary version you downloaded
was compiled for a different KDE than you have. You
might need to get the kdelibs and qt from the same source
as kdewebdev.

Andras

11 Dec 2004 07:12 Windfinder

Quanta cannot be started
I downloaded kdewebdev3-3.3.2-3.i586.rpm from ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/...

to my Notebook running SuSE Linux 9.2.

Installed the package with:

rpm -iv kdewebdev3-3.3.2-3.i586.rpm

Tried to start the program from KDE. Did not work!

Tried to start the program from the shell:

oliver@buran:~> quanta

quanta: symbol lookup error: quanta: undefined symbol: _ZN11KMainWindow7setIconERK7QPixmap

What's going wrong and how do I fix it?

Regards,

Oliver

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