A Compact Wysiwyg Html EditorADVERTISEMENTS
Author : J
OS : Win98,WinXP,Windows2000...
Dfm2html license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 5. November 2005
Updated date : 18. March 2006
Release date : 25. September 2005
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 759 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://www.dfm2html.com
DFM2HTML 1.3 details:
DFM2HTML is a compact WYSIWYG Web page creator which is suitable for beginners as for professional designers used to CSS coding in the same way. Effects like shadow, anti-aliasing, rotation or even round corners can be easily applied. DFM2HTML has a build-in FTP Upload manager for instant publishing of your site. The Presets dialog offers a wide range of mouse-over buttons and navigation bars. You can manage many Web pages in one DFM2HTML document, they can be even nested. HTML forms and IFrames can be set up quickly. Stylesheets allows you to give your site an integrated appearance. An advanced positioning system can position elements automatically, reducing work for the designer.
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