CSS-friendly Web Wonder 2 releasedPublished: 16th Dec 2006, 13:07:57 | Permalink | Printable
Plus blogging tools and moreWebsite design package Web Wonder 2 was sneaked out this month by David "zero publicity is good publicity" Snell. The new version includes an interesting gadget that produces online diary and calendar pages, a spell checker, better scripting support, frames and CSS support, a new manual in an A5 ring binder, and many other improvements and tweaks. David said he hoped the software will now appeal to more experienced web designers, as well as beginners.
The online diary editor should appeal to budding RISC OS bloggers, or club and meeting organisers who want to post timetables on the Internet. The spelling checker supports ten languages, including English, Welsh, Danish, German, French, and Dutch. Custom HTML files that should not be processed or altered by Web Wonder can be marked as such, and Web Wonder 2 now supports in-line frames and CSS editing.
Developer David said: "The whole philosophy of WebWonder has been revised so that it can be equally useful for both the beginner and the seasoned web developer alike. The manual has been greatly extended and is now supplied in a smart white A5 ring binder with a pocket for the CD-ROM."
Web Wonder 2 costs 70 quid for new users, or 25 for an upgrade. Version 1.03 was released earlier this year.
Web Wonder 2 website
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