Click here to see a screenshot of WebTable in action. (20Kb)
The following 'test' table was created using
WebTable and HTMLEdit 2, and is based on an example from the
HTML Sourcebook 2nd Edition.
|Heading 1||Heading 3|
|Item 1||Item 2||Item 3|
|Item 4||Item 5|
|Item 6||Item 7||Item 8|
|Item 9||Item 10|
|A Big Wide Item 11|
Click here for a (small!) screenshot of Framer in action. (6Kb)
Create Animated Gifs, and use Drawfiles in your pages, in addition to all the usual gif/jpeg options. Now supports batch processing of images!
The Toolkit logo at the top of this page (click
here!) started life as a drawfile.
As you can see, for any kind of logo work, the ability to
convert and process drawfiles for use in WWW pages is
Generate 'hot' images with this simple, visual image-map editor. Create multiple hot zones on your images, and produce industry standard files.
The latest versions have full support for polygonal areas,
image scaling (with accurate editing even when zoomed right in)
NCSA, CERN and client-side map formats, object editing and
(Batch!) Process HTML and text files for transfer to other platfoms, and prepare them for DTP documents! This is an enhancement of tools available in HTMLEdit 2, plus a new 'paragraph' mode which allows you to remove any formatting imposed on a text file (or HTML file!), so that the text can be easily re-formatted elsewhere (very) useful for publishing information found on the WWW!
Create custom macros and tags for use with any application. Special parameter support is included for tags. Enhanced for HTMLEdit users! Includes URL databasing!
Convert filetypes to and fromPC/Unix file extensions for guaranteed web page compatibility! Batch processing also included.