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Luckman Interactive Upgrades Web Edit Pro HTML Editor

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Luckman Interactive Upgrades Web Edit Pro HTML Editor

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Luckman Interactive, Inc. has announced the introduction of WebEdit Pro 3.0, a major upgrade to its HTML Web page authoring tool for Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT. This new version incorporates several tools and wizards that make it easy for beginners and professionals to create sophisticated Web sites.

"WebEdit Pro 3.0 meets the demands of professional HTML authors who require precise control of their code," said Mark Green, CEO of Luckman Interactive. "It is also an excellent tool for learning HTML code. WebEdit Pro 3.0 lets beginners and professionals see the results of their efforts by displaying the HTML code side-by-side with a WYSIWYG preview of the resulting page exactly as it would appear on a Web browser."

WebEdit Pro 3.0 can also display the current page using Microsoft Internet Explorer or any other browser installed on the computer.

An extensive set of interactive wizards lets designers add links, anchors, graphics, image maps, tables, forms, ActiveX objects, Java objects, multimedia elements, and style sheets. The user toolbar can be customized to allow one-click insertion of the most frequently used tags, including user-defined tags that work like macros to instantly insert blocks of HTML or even entire files.

WebEdit Pro 3.0 is the perfect tool for learning and reviewing code because it offers real-time syntax checking for HTML versions 1.0 to 4.0. HTML syntax is colorcoded as it is entered with contrasting colors assigned to tag elements, attributes, values, and symbols. The program can validate HTML code to any selected level.

Professional Web authors work directly with the HTML language because of the inherent limitations of visual development tools, according to Green. These tools are often optimized for a particular browser or a specific HTML standard and offer little or no control over the level of HTML code that they generate. …

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