"Missing" Free Tools
Check out Chami's HTML kit.
Mozilla's HTML editor ("Composer") is WYSIWYG and not too bad.
Surely a true WYSIWYG HTML editor would only work if we had browsers that adhere to standards.
I'd also like a free Icon editor. VB used to come with one ages ago as a sample project.
Axialis www.axialis.com have a great icon editor. I don't work for them or anything, I'm just a really jazzed customer. The new one is called IconWorkshop, and it handles all sizes (including custom weirdo ones) as well as XP style icons with a transparency layer, can do photoshop imports (maintaining layers) etc, and is only about $35US for the person edition (which has the bizarre license clause preventing you from selling your icons...), or the corporate edition which is around $60US with the different license plus some other cool features. It's a very nifty UI, and they seem to have gone to a lot of trouble for little usability gain. Still, it's the best one I've come up against, AFAIC.
Mozilla composer as a WISYWYG HTML editor? And it's usable in other XUL apps!
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