|With this easy Web publishing tool you can make fancy Internet pages and sites, with coloured tables, styles, image maps and more... quickly. Without learning or seeing HTML. Fast and compatible with any browser.|
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|OS||Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista|
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With this easy Web publishing tool you can make fancy Internet pages, with coloured tables, styles, image maps and more... quickly. And you don't have to learn or even see that HTML you've heard about. Managing Web sites has never been so easy! Stop messing with endless files: archive your site in a single document, exploit the wide-site search/replace, the full automatic FTP, the internal album for fast reuse of objects/images, the clipart and template collection... The automatic optimizer works well both with Netscape and Internet Explorer, so you don't have to create different pages for different browsers. The intelligent FTP transfers modified pages only, so you save time when publishing your site.
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