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Thread began 3/02/2011 11:34 am by johnffrench314542 | Last modified 10/28/2011 5:04 am by johnffrench314542 | 1656 views | 8 replies


HTML Editor 3 not an option

Thanks for the reply. It would be nice if we did 'own' HTML Editor 3, but we don't. Since it came with FCKeditor, we assumed the product would be CSS standard "wise", but it is not. With the cost of CMS Power builder being nearly the full cost of a high level program like Dreamweaver, one would think that HTML/CSS standards would be included.

Perhaps someone will either come up with a simple solution that does not require product code re-writing, or WebAssist will include it in a future version.

For the present, we cannot recommend it to anyone and are dissapointed with the costly cash outlay. I would recommend potential buyers to wait until the product accomodates long-held CSS standards.

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