BestAddress HTML Editor 2009 Pro

Type of Program: Web Design Software
Supported Platforms: Windows Vista/XP/ME/98
Company Name: Multimedia Australia
Version: 15.1.0
Price: 29.00 GBP


HTML Editors have made website creation accessable to all these days and BestAddress HTML Editor Professional is one of those that stand out from the crowd with over 90 awards and 5-star ratings.

The program boasts three types of editor in one: Code Mode for the more experienced, WYSIWYG for easy drag and drop editing and Split screen showing Code and Live Preview together.

Features include

                     Templates included

                     12-chapter HTML tutorial for beginners

                     Free technical support - even from within the software itself

                     DigitalAccessTM FTP software included for uploading your website's files

                     Site project capabilities - use the software as a stand alone HTML editor or as a project-based solution

                     Spell checking

                     DHTML menu editor

                     HTML code syntax checking

                     HTML tags (HTML elements) and attributes are suggested as you code in the code editing mode

                     Ability to open and save directly from the Web

                     Image map editing

                     Source code securing: helps prevent unauthorised code and design copying

                     Manage tasks you need to complete with the to-do list

                     Comprehensive help

                     Regular software updates: we strive to provide our customers with more features than other HTML editors offer. We release regular free updates to give you access to the latest features.

                     And over 70 other major features, many unique and not found in other HTML editors

An easy to use piece of software with an intuitive graphical user interface which will soon have you creating stunning websites. It's an absolute steal at the price.

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Reviewed by Simon Baillie

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