new open source HTML/CSS software - beta testers wanted

Discussion in 'HTML' started by arrowplain, Feb 28, 2006.

  1. arrowplain

    arrowplain Guest

    All you need is a Windows 98/2000/XP Computer (Mac version is still
    very buggy) and the latest Firefox browser (version 1.5).

    If you are interested, goto:

    http://www.arrowplain.com/

    and test out the program. It runs within the Firefox browser. The idea
    is to let you visually layout exactly the site you want and let the
    program generate proper HTML and CSS for you. It's like Dreamweaver
    only the code it produces is really clean, good for SEO HTML.

    Looking for bug reports / suggestions on how to make the program
    better.

    Thanks!
     
    arrowplain, Feb 28, 2006
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