A simple, easy to use HTML Editor.
Ideal for beginners and experienced users.
Uses base set of HTML commands and features.
WYSIWYG browser pane displays your webpage.
Easy to configure form forwarding.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:00
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Many potential webmasters are put off designing their own webpages by HTML editors with complicated and confusing interfaces, making the task look more difficult than it really is. NetWrite is designed with the beginner in mind, with an interface that is uncluttered and very easy to use and understand.
HTML is a language that has grown in size and complexity over the years, making it difficult for a newbie to know where to start. The simple answer is that very useable and stylish webpages can be designed with only a handful of HTML commands. NetWrite allows the design of such webpages, using a base set of commands and features, with only a few clicks of the mouse.
Interactive Webpage forms can be easily set up and configured to automatically submit form data to a specified email address, using 'Response-O-Matic' form forwarding resources.
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