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Software Review: CS Scribbler

By Scott Clark What do you use if you want to edit DHTML, but don't want to invest in another monster-sized application? Try Scribbling... When DHTML was a new technology, a developer had very few choices when it came to getting down and coding DHTML Web pages. They could either purchase a tool which would help them do it, such as Macromedia's DreamWeaver, or they could manually code the page by hand, using a simple text editor. Many developers balked at using a WYSIWYG editor for such tasks, claiming that they were both overpriced and overkill. Now, developers are turning to smaller, cheaper and more versatile programs such as the one we're about to look at, CS Scribbler. Product: CS Scribbler 1.6
Company: Cream Software
Web site: http://www.creamsoft.com
Requirements: Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT, MSIE4+
Price: Per License: $24, Per Site: $700, World-Wide License: $1950
Demo:http://members.aol.com/hyperionic/scribbler.zip
The product is simple to install, and just utilizes a typical installation wizard to guide you through the install procedure. The demo version which I used for the review times out after 37 uses, and does not contain all the scripts that the full licensed version features, but it gives you a great idea of what the tool can do.


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