Alternative Web Design Tool Updated

Optima System has released the final candidate for the next version of the Web page design/HTML editing tool, PageSpinner. PageSpinner 3.1 includes support for HTML, XML, JavaScript, and CSS. The new version adds a number of features and promises improved support within Mac OS Xis Classic environment. According to Optima System:

Today Optima System released Final Candidate 1 of PageSpinner 3.1, the HTML Editor for Macintosh. The new PageSpinner 3.1 features:

  • improved Mac OS X Classic compatibility
  • previews of local Server Side Include files
  • translucent dragging
  • proxy icon support
  • automatic line feed detection
  • improved support for CSS and HTML 4.01
  • better handling of XML files
  • enhanced PageSpinner Plug-in Extension format
  • improved appearance of floating palettes
  • full Navigation Services support
  • support for editing files on ftp servers with Interarchy, Fetch and NetFinder

PageSpinner is Optimais flagship HTML Editor for Mac OS that supports HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, JavaScript, CSS plus additional Netscape and Internet Explorer extensions. The editor also supports both PageSpinner include files and Server Side Include files that makes it possible to change the look or contents of a site by editing a single page. The PageSpinner package contains examples, tools, hands-on kits, built-in help and an interactive tutorial on how to learn and master HTML.

PageSpinner is available for US$29.95. You can find more information at the Optima System Web site.