A Web editor and an open source software project hosted by W3C


Our rating: 

License: Free (Open source)
Review & Alternatives: Best Free HTML Editor - WYSIWYG
Categories: Programming, HTML Editor

Pros & Cons:

Standards compliance and accessibility
Some features are very complex for beginners, WYSIWYG rendering is not very good, doesn't recognize PHP pages.

Our Review:

Amaya is a good html editor. It's a project from the The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and so shines in the area of standards compliance and accessibility.

Amaya lets users both browse and author web pages, which enables easy copying and pasting of information from other web pages and easy creation of links to other websites. You can seamlessly upload your web pages onto a server from within Amaya as well.

View the release history here. The version 11.4.7 released on 18 April 2013 has a security fix. It is available from the above download link.

Amaya was reviewed by on based on version 11.4.7.