HTML-Optimizer Pro
HTML-Optimizer Pro
5.13

4.8

HTML-Optimizer Pro free download for Mac

HTML-Optimizer Pro

5.13
31 October 2014

Speeds up your site by optimizing code.

Overview

Note: HTML-Optimizer Pro is no longer actively developed. The app is still available for download from the listing, but no further development will occur.

HTML-Optimizer Pro speeds up your site by optimizing both HTML and script code of your Web pages and optimizing your JPEG and PNG images. It helps you keep organized by creating a duplicate site folder for the optimized files. An added benefit is that it leaves your original files untouched. You should use your original Web folder for editing and use the duplicate Web folder for uploading.

HTML-Optimizer Pro features Smart Handling, supports XML, and can handle Web pages with any text encoding. Moreover, it can check your Web pages for dangling tags, missing attributes and broken links. HTML-Optimizer Pro offers many options to customize its operation to your special needs. Drag-and-drop is supported.

What's new in HTML-Optimizer Pro

Version 5.13:
  • Changed the Tonbrand Software address to http://www.tonbrand.dse.nl. This update is a must.

11 HTML-Optimizer Pro Reviews

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Anonymous
02 July 2004

Most helpful

this product is useful to those who would otherwise think a WYSIWYG is also useful, so it as useful as you think it is.
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Version 3.1.1
gryphonent
03 September 2014
Been using HTML-Optimizer for countless years since version 2. It was the first of its kind and still is the best in my opinion.
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Version 5.12.5
Digiscapers
08 August 2010
RE:"It's not exactly rocket science… " I don't know of any good craftman in any industry that does not check, check, and double check their work. There are also a lot of times where a find/replace might be used, checking work after that is also a good idea. This is a great tool. E.
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Version 5.9.2
Aljuk
12 September 2007
I'm sure this does its job well, but why not simply learn how to hand-code proper semantic markup? It's not exactly rocket science...
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Version 5.2
2 answer(s)
pcharles
pcharles
15 November 2007
The purpose of your comment is what? Your comment might be true for simple web sites, but there are a lot of people using WYSIWYG editors and we all know how bloated they are. So, this might be a useful tool for those people. I do not know anyone who hand codes HTML for content rich sites. They all use editors.
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Version 5.3.1
Nicolas-Goles
Nicolas-Goles
21 May 2008
I do know a lot of people that actually don't use editors at all, ( just TextMate ) , and work building BIG websites. Cheers.
Like (4)
Version 5.3.7
John15
19 March 2007
I am flabbergasted after reading Domainteks' review. I don't recognize any of his/her complaints. I suspect that the problems he/she describes are mainly due to a configuration error or a misunderstanding of the program's properties. My experience is that HTML-Optimizer Pro is a fantastic tool, intuitive, easy and reliable. But what I like most is the incomparable support by the author. I wonder if Domainteks ever asked for support. I can recommend this tool to every web master and if you want even more features than available in HTML-Optimizer Pro, try Web Site Maestro, that I use now as well.
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Version 4.8.1
2 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
19 March 2007
It has come to our attention that there are two people with the exact same IP address posting under two different names: 'john15' and 'The Lone Penman'. And the only posts these two persons have made here are for Ton Brand's softwares.
Like (3)
Version 4.8.1
Mkay
Mkay
17 February 2009
pathetic. but suits my impression of this app.
Like (1)
Version 5.6.3
John15
29 June 2006
HTML-Optimizer Pro is a well-designed program to clean up your web pages. It's fast and it does not corrupt my javascript code, as I have experienced with other optimizers. The user interface is intuitive with the right amount of automation. A must-have and also good value for its price.
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Version 4.5.6
Anonymous
02 July 2004
this product is useful to those who would otherwise think a WYSIWYG is also useful, so it as useful as you think it is.
Like (1)
Version 3.1.1
1 answer(s)
pcharles
pcharles
15 November 2007
Why would you bother reviewing something you do not use? What use is that?
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Version 5.3.1
Anonymous
01 July 2004
Ok program -- but why not get MacTidy, or just use the features that are in BBEdit (with the free MacTidy plugin)? Might as well pay for a full editor, rather than pay 25 bucks for this. Otherwise, for those of us who code XHTML/CSS without tables, this is not as useful, as there's usually less code. Just learn to do it the right with without a WYSIWYG editor all together at http://www.w3schools.org or ask questions at http://www.codingforums.com -- these programs are usually there to fix bloated tag soup and anything that comes out of Imageready:)
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Version 3.1.1
Anonymous
19 April 2004
This is one of the greats for web designers. Learn how to use it and be rewarded.
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Version 3.0.4
Anonymous
22 August 2003
Tried it on my web site: Got about 2 minutes into copying and said "cannot deal with file names longer than 31 characters, aborting". So it is pretty useless for this site and so cannot evaluate whether it works or not.
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Version 2.7.3
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
11 May 2004
Anonymous, try a more recent version and you will discover that don't have the problem with long file names any more. By the way, the readme file contained a warning for this at the time.
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Version 3.0.4
Anonymous
Anonymous
20 March 2005
The long file names issue has been solved already in December 2003!
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Version 4.0.1
Anonymous
22 August 2003
Marvelous! That is what I was waiting for long time! Must to have for any serious web designer!
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Version 2.7.3
$29.95

4.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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