Amaya is an web authoring tool with integrated browser which was developed by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) intended to create and update documents staying in the web. Amaya is an open source project supports Linux, Windows and MacOS X but it stopped further development by W3C community since 2012. Amaya is WYSIWYG editor with integrated spell checking feature , also it supports WebDAV upload, editing Templates. But who are looking for server-side scripting option will be disappointed with Amaya as it does not allow you do this. Another drawback of this web editing tool is that it has no FTP upload facility.
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Amaya is free, open source solutions, community supported, hosted by W3C. If you are having a problem with Amaya, then visit here and look for help


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