HTML Editor PageSpinner Updated With Improved CSS Support And More

Optima System has released an update for PageSpinner, bringing it to version 4.6. PageSpinner is an HTML editor for use with AppleWorks 6 databases. The update features improved CSS support and preview options. According to Optima Systems:

Today Optima System released PageSpinner 4.6, a new version of the Web development package for Macintosh.

PageSpinner is a web authoring package for Mac OS that supports HTML, XHTML, JavaScript, PHP, SSI and CSS. The PageSpinner package contains examples, tools, hands-on kits, built-in help and tutorials on how to learn and master HTML, CSS and PHP.

This new release lets users directly view how a page will be displayed in a Web browser when editing the HTML. The customizable live previews are supported in Mac OS X in the integrated PageViewer window based on the same WebCore rendering engine as Safari, or in a supported browser in OS X and Mac OS 9.

PageSpinner 4.6 also features:

  • better CSS support and CSS previews
  • compatibility with Mac OS X 10.3 Panther
  • improved AppleScript support
  • new mouse and keyboard shortcuts and several other enhancements

You can find more information about the PageSpinner update at the Optima System Web site. PageSpinner 4.6 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$29.95.

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