Webetiser creates Personal Search Engines. You can use them for your homepage or CD-ROM and DVD-ROM projects, and a server isn't even necessary. Specialized tools and a flexible template concept help you to become productive in best time.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:21
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Jigetiser(tm) Wallpaper 1024 - Halloween 2005 188.8.131.52 Stylish 3D Halloween jpg wallpapers in 1024x768 size. The images are based on 3D art and present the Halloween theme in a new kind of picture language. The homepage also offers jigsaw puzzles, screensavers, printable calendars and posters.
Webetiser(tm) Advent Calendar 2004 1.0 The application shows the advent calendar typical numbers you can click on to start a jigsaw puzzle. Every jigsaw puzzle shows a winter image and multilingual aphorisms (english, german).
Description: Webetiser creates Personal Search Engines. You can use them for your homepage or CD-ROM and DVD-ROM projects, and a server isn't even necessary. Specialized tools and a flexible template concept help you to become productive in best time - even if you're a Web beginner. We have different editions and a trial version. So, you can choose what fits best to your project needs before you buy. Webetiser 3.1 is offered in these editions: *Professional* - for internal company use (US $77); *Enterprise* - for cost-free customer offers (US $177); *Distribution* - for standard software offers (US $377); Consulting - unlimited use (US $777). This release already supports the creation of XML files. With the next release you can process those files online (using AJAX technology). Customers who order release 3.1 will get the 4.0 release of the corresponding edition for free.
Client Side SSI 1.20 Using Client Side SSI, you can convert SHTML files (HTML files with SSI -- Server Side Includes) to plain HTML files. This can be used both for testing SHTML files and for
Stunnix Advanced Web Server 8.6 Apache for cdroms! It allows to make from any Perl/PHP/MySQL/SQLite-based site a CDROM, which once put to tray, will run off CDROM and will open in a browser on Windows,MacOSX and