In article <ZNU%d.10711$F6.email@example.com>,
Izidor Jerebic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yawn! Another Slovenian HTML editor trying to fill the space taking by
WebDesign, Freeway, and the free Nvu. Except these guys priced it at
$149 in a BBEdit-wannabe move (it's worth maybe $20 tops) and they
cluelessly spamvertised their product which will never sell it to anyone.
They need to fire their marketing person with extreme prejudice.
> Our company has released the first version of GoodPage,
> <http://www.goodpage.info>, a graphical HTML/CSS (Cascading Style
> Sheets) authoring tool for Mac OS X.
> Brief description of the program is below, and detailed feature list and
> screenshots are available on the web site http://www.goodpage.info.
> Izidor Jerebic
> GoodPage team
> The program offers code, structure, and browser (via Apple's WebKit)
> views of your document; can present the different views simultaneously;
> and allows WYSIWYG selection and navigation between views. GoodPage
> provides site management via FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, or any mounted folder
> (such as a .Mac iDisk). It can display the differences between the
> remote site and your local copy and update the remote site with either
> all or only select files. On the code side, GoodPage supports all HTML
> and XHTML versions, and it has integrated HTML and CSS validation, so
> you can be sure your code is correct.
> GoodPage requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later. The cost for one copy is 149
> USD. Free 30-day trial is available for download.
DeeDee, don't press that button! DeeDee! NO! Dee...