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PageMeUp is the ideal tool to create your web site, magazine, brochures, flyers, etc. It lets you quickly layout your text and images with the utmost simplicity and get a professional PDF document or a set of HTML pages. Simply drag, import, or paste images and text onto the PageMeUp document, then resize and place them on the page. A powerful snap assistant will help you at aligning the boxes on the page. Edit and format your text, scale the images (custom, fit, fill), apply a color profile, shadow, fill or gradient background, border, mask, rotation, opacity, flip, web links... then print or export as PDF, HTML, TIFF, more...

What's New

Version 1.0.3:
  • Addressed an issue at managing the paragraph indicators on the text box ruler view. Show the ruler view pressing Command-R then double-click within a text box. You will see the paragraph limiters and the tabs on the ruler view. You can modify each of them by dragging them on the ruler view. To create a new tab just click on the ruler view. Change the tab (to left, right, centre and more...


  • OS X 10.8.3 or later

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Rochade Member IconComment+92

May be a nice tool to layout pages for print even the GUI seems to be too confusing when looking at the screenshots. But as web pages are different from print you won't get good results as all components (including the stage) use fixed sizes and absolute positioning. Have a look at the product page, scroll down and you will see that half of it is just empty. The web works differently today.

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Version 1.0.2

What you are looking for is a custom page size for each page and percent size. That's already on our wish list and will be implemented on the next version. PageMeUp is young but it'g growing up fast.
The layout on the screenshot shows all the panels open. It's just to show to the users all the available features. The user can collapse or expand each panel and get a clean GUI. Furthermore he can split the panels on two scrolling views such a way to get everything well organized and under the fingers.


Thanks for the clarification. It is always great to see developers leave their feedback here. Actually combining print and web is a difficult task as it is a different thing (fixed size vs. fluid, available space, ...). Just dropping in a percentage option wouldn't be all there is to do. You have to target different screen sizes and resolutions and be able to use a different layout depending on it. Also web pages can have different lengths that automatically apply to the content while in print everything is fixed.
But I see the potential in this app, especially with such a responsive developer - looking forward with interest to future versions.

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Version 1.0.2
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Downloads 446
Version Downloads 96
License Demo
Date 26 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $24.00
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