Just drag and drop objects to the page position them 'anywhere' you want and when you're finished publish it to your web server (using the build in Publish tool).
Web Builder gives you full control over the content and of your web page.
All the Things can be controlled with your mouse, so there's no problem if you're not into coding too much.
The application supports most of the Things you usually see on the Internet Such as forms, banners, Flash video players, captchas, images, buttons, YouTube content, photo and so much more.
Of course, it all comes down to the user and his needs Because WYSIWYG Web Builder has the power to rise up to the expectations and help you in any regard, as long as it's addressed to .
The interesting thing Is that the program even comes with PayPal eCommerce integration, the which means you can place a Buy Now button on your website, PayPal or all the other utilities, Such as View Cart, Subscription, and Donation Cart.
Just as expected since We Are talking about Such a powerful application, there are a lot of other handy tools in there, Such as the page weight viewer to see the size of the page elements, sitemaps, link checker, search index and extension manager.
That being said, it's pretty obvious That WYSIWYG Web Builder is a five-star product and no matter its price, this app is at least worth a chance.
What's new in 8.0.1?
- Fixed: Asset Manager Mistakes page background image as orphan files.
- Fixed: Padding issue in a text object.
- Fixed: Image background not visible in the browser.
- Fixed: Menu bar split Causes issues with themes.
- Fixed: Merged objects are not displayed in browser (PNG only).
- Fixed: Moving projects to another folder location makes the file invalid.
- Fixed: Opacity in the master page rendering
- Fixed: thumbnail height issue.
- New : 'Office 2007' theme '(Menu-> Tools-> Options-> Miscellaneous).
- New feature: Added 'EnableErrorReporting' to the CMS admin. Useful for error tracing.
- New feature: Added 'Enable Syntax highlighting' option to Tools-> Options-> General. Can be useful for large pages where parsing the HTML takes too much time.