Under Construction 98, a powerful advanced HTML authoring program that
first hit the market last year -- now runs about twice as fast in its latest version, and
includes HTML 4.0 and DHTML support plus many more improvements. UC 98 has the
professional look, feel, and popular features of its higher-priced counterparts, but
doesn't take a big bite out of your drive space or your pocketbook. It's very
well-organized and set up to make newcomers feel welcome, while giving expert users a
fast-loading, workmanlike environment for serious web authoring.
I'm always impressed with a program that's more organized than I am, and Under Construction 98 opens up with its Task Manager, from which you start a new project or quickly locate work you've already saved. New pages can be created from scratch, or select one the many supplied templates for a jump start. And, beginners can choose an HTML or program tutorial. This version includes a new, more detailed Help file, plus Java tutorial.
Its colorful user interface is tightly laid out with the ergonomic efficiency -- workspace, preview panel, toolbar banks, feature-set tabs are all neatly stowed where you intuitively find what you want without really thinking about it. And toolbars have drag and dock convenience. Under Construction 98 carries no excess baggage, and this version (despite all the extra goodies it offers) takes up even less drive space than its predecessor.
Under Construction 98 features an integrated preview window, a Web Page Assistant for on-the-fly HTML tutorial and editing helps, document conversion , image thumbnail viewing, tag highlighting and hints, built-in FTP support, wizards for creating tables, inserting images, multimedia, objects, and more.
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