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If you are looking for W3C INRIA Amaya, you have come to the right place. We explain what W3C INRIA Amaya is and point you to the official download.

What is W3C INRIA Amaya?

W3C INRIA Amaya or simply Amaya is an open-source web editor and web browser. This means that users can use the tool to create a web page from the ground up and then view it immediately after creation. As such, it is described by its developers as being chiefly intended for website/webpage authoring rather than browsing. It is capable of supporting multiple documents (both in its editing and browsing functions) and also includes webpage markup tools for those who need to add comments or annotations to their work for the purpose of collaboration. The annotations made using the software run on the RDF (resource description framework) schema, with support from XPointer and XLink for defining the locations of annotations as well as linking them to the specified text.

The software can run on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Support for HTML 4.01, W3C Style CSS, XHMTL versions 1.0-1.1 and Basic, SVG, and MathML 2.0 is built into the application. Its documentary representation system follows the structure established by the document type definition for consistency and easy processing—although users can also choose to see a diagrammed view of the document’s formatting, if desired.

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File types supported by W3C INRIA Amaya

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About file types supported by W3C INRIA Amaya

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Last updated: : June 22, 2014