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Web Media Publisher Pro 2.3.9, Part 3

By Scott Clark Shortcuts can shorten your work load!! Along with all the other shortcut buttons and features is the WebPage Wizard, a typical wizard which prompts the user for information needed to create their Web page, such as title, headings, etc. The user can also use the basic Web page template to speed their page creation along, or they can create and use their own templates. The user can also setup a row of bottons on the left side of the WMP screen which can be used for any tag or tags that the user specifies. The user also has the choice of using an external browser to test their pages, or they can use the browser internally within the program. Another useful feature is the extended search and replace functions which enable the developer to search through a single file or a whole directory of files. Multiple files may be opened in the editor at once, making the editing process as fast as it is easy. For those professional developers out there, the Web Timer utility can be useful to determine exactly how much time they're spending working on the site. It visually counts the time in a separate window, providing the developer with a good idea of their development speed. This tool is easy to use, saves time, and can be a valuable tool in the developer's toolbox. It's inexpensive, loads up fast, is stable, extensible, and it doesn't change your source code on you. For the novice, it lets you develop of professional-looking sites with the ease of a word processor, and for the professional, it allows you to get into your source code and tweak it to your heart's content. Steve Jackson has another winner on his hands here...you won't be disappointed if you try it out. Don't just take my word for it--download the trial version and find out for yourself.


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