This software allows to search and replace within multiple html documents. The search capability helps to search like in a search engine. Replace capability allows you to replace, insert or delete paragraphs of text within multiple documents.
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Description: This software allows to search and replace within multiple html documents. It is especially useful for webmasters. The search capability helps to search like in a search engine. You can use complex queries searching for words or phrases. The "+" character (word or phrase must be in documents) and "-" character (word or phrase shouldn't be in documents) may be used. Once you found a file you can view it with a built-in browser and even edit it with an editor that supports HTML syntax highlighting. Replace capability allows you to replace, insert or delete paragraphs of text within multiple documents. The program supports projects and allows to browse your html pages with a convenient explorer-like interface.
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