HTML-Maker X
HTML-Maker X
1.0

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HTML-Maker X free download for Mac

HTML-Maker X for Mac1.0

24 May 2003

Edit HTML Web pages.

What is HTML-Maker X for Mac

HTML-Maker is a HTML editor to build or change existing html files. You don´t have to write the whole code, because the most important phrases are listed and you just have to click on them.

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Guest
Guest
May 25 2003
1.0
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May 25 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
It works and did not crash with me. True, it's not Amaya (which does crash with me). Keep going with this. There are only a few free html editors I know of for osx. Glad to see this released.
Guest
Guest
May 25 2003
1.0
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May 25 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
Sorry guys! This was my first release and I wanted to know what people think about it. If you know what to improve, just write me. macJack@gmx.net
Guest
Guest
May 25 2003
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May 25 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
First start - first crash. This is perversiontracker stuff. Check his website. Mistakes everywhere. This is app is a joke, isn't it?
Guest
Guest
May 25 2003
1.0
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May 25 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
I mistook this for HTML Creator. What a mistake on my part. This is in GERMAN! (nothing wrong with that) ...but no hint of that fact from the description that I saw.
Guest
Guest
May 25 2003
1.0
3.5
May 25 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
Do people write software like this just to get their name on PerversionTracker, or do they seriously have no shame as they attach their name to these programs?
Guest
Guest
May 24 2003
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May 24 2003
3.5
Version: 1.0
It looks like some kind of a joke. It opens into a non-resizable dialog with a blue background and an orange text field, with checkboxes for styles and a "save+preview" button. It also starts up with a dialog only in German.
Bgummer
Bgummer
May 24 2003
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May 24 2003
4.0
Version: 1.0
This application isn't great but it still has a few good features. The symbol insert is well done, but the ability to insert tables etc. are not there yet. Im sure it will get a lot better in the future. And lose the orange, just use the usual os x design.