SiteWriter 2 released: Overhauled user interface and beginner-friendly website authorBy Chris Williams. Published: 13th Sep 09:37:02 | Permalink | Printable
SiteWriter 2, a website development application for RISC OS, is now available from Dansoft. If you've used SiteWriter 1, you probably won't recognise SiteWriter 2; Dansoft has gone to extreme lengths considering comments from last version and designed a more productive user interface with an easy to follow learning curve for beginners.
SiteWriter is supplied with a introductory guide as well as a full manual. No HTML coding is required or needed, SiteWriter will generate new webpages from it's Desktop Publishing style editor. Dansoft have provided a demonstration copy on their website (see below) for users to try before they purchase this alternative RISC OS website author.
Focusing on graphical medium sized sites, Dansoft say SiteWriter allows users to design their webpages exactly how they want them, (to the pixel in fact), and allows budding website authors to produce professional sites with ease. See for yourself at the Dansoft webpage.
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