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November 26th, 1999

[8:30 AM] Inject Your Pages with Update to Injection Pro

Glucose Development Corporation has released an update to Injection Pro, its HTML META tag creation and Web browser equalization tool. According to Glucose:

New features in version 2.3 include:

  • Pages equalized to display perfectly on any platform are now up to 30% smaller
  • Users can add special tags to their pages to cause Injection to ignore unimportant information in order to improve Injection's content based META tags
  • Human readable SGML-style Style files allow advanced webmasters to tweak how their site is injected by hand
  • We've also fixed a few Mac OS 9 based problems and crash on load problems on the new iMacs.

A 5-day full demo is available from Glucose Software's Injection Page.

Glucose Software

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