Visual HTML Editor Updated

Rage Software has released an update to WebDesign to version 1.2. WebDesign is a visual HTML editor, and the update includes new features and support for more Internet technologies. According to Rage Software:

Rage Software & DerazSoft Release WebDesign 1.2. A major update to the fully featured Macintosh HTML Editor.

WebDesign allows you to visually create HTML elements, including forms and image maps and insert them into your document. With WebDesign you have complete control over your HTML code and can modify it any way you want.

WebDesign brings many unique features to HTML editors on the Mac. Some powerful features include; downloading web sites right from the internet, condensing text, creating Image Maps and other HTML components visually, and browsing local and remote volumes while editing your web pages.

WebDesignis features are very extendable though the use of plugins. WebDesignis Plugin Maker which will be available soon, allows all users, even users with no programming experience, to customize WebDesignis features through a visual development environment. Users are able to use the Plugin Maker to create custom wizards or Language Extensions to aid in their HTML editing.

New In Version 1.2

WebDesign 1.2 brings support for additional web languages including XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets and JavaScript. All built in HTML wizards have the ability to output HTML code or XHTML code. You may also chose to output code in lowercase as well.

WebDesign 1.2 also includes additional HTML tools including the ability to remove unused attributes, convert HTML to XHTML, an extended Plugin API and redesign toolbar. New preferences options are available and a number of bugs have been fixed in this release. Full release notes can be found in the downloaded archive or on our web site.

You can find more information on WebDesign at Rage Softwareis Web site. The update is free to registered users, and the full version is priced at US$29.95. Bulk licenses are also available.