Fourth World has released a new version of WebMerge, bringing it to version 2.1. WebMerge is a Web development app designed for creating static Web pages. The update features five new template tags and bug fixes. According to Fourth World:
Fourth World today released 4W WebMerge 2.1, an update to its popular tool for Mac OS and Windows that generates static Web pages from database or spreadsheet data.
WebMerge works with any database or spreadsheet that exports in tab-delimited, Merge, or other tabular format, including FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Access, and AppleWorks. Using HTML template pages created by the user, WebMerge makes a new HTML page from the data in each record of the exported file.
WebMerge 2.1 provides five new template tags, including a simple conditional tag for labelling groups of items on an index page, tags that can be used to display the range of records on a given index page, and an option to insert field data in a form suitable for submitting to a CGI.
This version also provides enhanced documentation and examples, addresses all bugs reported to date, and is even faster in some operations than previous versions.
You can find more information about the WebMerge update at the FourthWorld Web site. WebMerge 2.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$69.00.