Easy to use & cost-effective web creation tool
|Updated||Apr 23rd 2013|
SJ NAMO INC N/A N/A
|Crack Size||48.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit|
Namo WebEditor is a feature-rich software solution to creating webpages in a few simple steps. It is oriented toward users with little or no experience in web designing code.
The interface of the program is professional-looking and somewhat intuitive. You can easily browse for files on your computer by using the Explorer-based layout and create HTML, SHTML, MHTML, XHTML, TXT, ASP, PHP, JSP and XML-based pages.
It is possible to insert images, photo albums, smart clipart, Flash buttons, media, theme objects, tables, layout boxers, layer, scripts, hyperlinks, bookmarks, spreadsheets, charts, symbols, and so on.
However, if you have some experience in programming, you can edit the document's code and preview results, aside from generating a sitemap or making the app automatically update the site structure and dynamic navigation bars.
Namo WebEditor Crack comes packed with a bunch of useful tools when it comes to website developing. For instance, you can manage multiple projects via Site Manager, import various objects rapidly with the help of Resource Manager, create a teaching plan, as well as locate files or broken links with a search function, just to name a few. The projects can be immediately published on the Internet or uploaded via FTP.
The comprehensive software program has a good response time, runs on a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, and includes a thorough help file. No error dialogs have been shown in our tests and Namo WebEditor did not hang or crash; we haven't come across any issues. All in all, Namo WebEditor should satisfy users of all skill levels who are looking to quickly build websites.
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