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November 30th, 1999

[11:50 AM] Put Your Web Site On A Public Beta Diet
by Staff

Blue Line Studios is seeking beta testers for a new HTML code editor, WebsiteDietician. The new program aims to help condense and simplify HTML code, thus making HTML elements smaller and faster to download. According to Blue Line Studios:

Some WYSIWYG-HTML editors do an awful job when it comes to writing HTML code. Suddenly you get files occupying 20KB when only 12KB would accomplish the same. Although browsers ignore unnecessary chars, web users still have to download these bits and bytes, which will inevitably add up to the overall download times, thus causing your site to lose visitors.

WebsiteDietician features: batch file processing of entire folders, automatic PICT to JPEG conversion, live preview of quality loss caused by JPEG compression, as well as drag&drop ability.

Blue Line Studios is looking for a group of Beta testers in order to make WebsiteDietician an application free of any flaws, before it will be officially released. Persons interested in testing may apply by contacting Blue Line Studios. All testers will be given a free copy of the Final.

For more information, or if you are interested in being a beta tester, visit the Blue Line Studios web site.

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