Amaya

11.4.4 18 Jan 2012

Web browsing and authoring environment.

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Developer website: www.w3.org

Amaya is a complete Web browsing and authoring environment and comes equipped with a WYSIWYG style of interface, similar to that of the most popular commercial browsers. With such an interface, users do not need to know the HTML or CSS languages.

Features of Amaya include the following:

  • Amaya lets users both browse and author Web pages

    Using Amaya you can create Web pages and upload them onto a server. Authors can create a document from scratch, they can browse the Web and find the information they need, copy and paste it to their pages, and create links to other Web sites. All this is done in a straightforward and simple manner, and actions are performed in a single consistent environment. Editing and browsing functions are integrated seamlessly in a single tool.

  • Amaya maintains a consistent internal document model adhering to the DTD

    Amaya always represents the document internally in a structured way consistent with the Document Type Definition (DTD). A properly structured document enables other tools to further process the data safely.

    Amaya allows you to display the document structure at the same time as the formatted view, which is portrayed diagrammatically on the screen.

    For more details, see Techniques for Authoring Complex XML Documents (html, pdf).

  • Amaya is able to work on several documents at a time

    Several (X)HTML, native MathML (.mml) and SVG (.svg) documents can be displayed and edited at a time.

  • Amaya helps authors create hypertext links

    The editor helps you create and text out links to other documents on the Web from the document you currently are working on. You can view the links and get a feel for how the information is interconnected. This feature is not limited to HTML anchors. With XLink, any MathML and SVG element can be a link too.

  • Amaya includes a collaborative annotation application

    Annotations are external comments, notes, remarks that can be attached to any Web document or a selected part of the document. This application is based on Resource Description Framework (RDF), XLink, and XPointer recommendations.

  • Amaya is easily extended.

    Several APIs and mechanisms are available to change and extend its functionality with the least modification to the source code.

What's New

Version 11.4.4:
  • CSS counters are implemented. However, selectors for properties counter-reset and counter-increment are not fully interpreted yet, which may generate strange numbers sometimes.
  • There was a typo in the SVG doctype.
  • The 'Tip of the day' is now different at each launch.
  • Add <key>F1: HelpIndex() in keyboard shortcuts.
  • Links that contained more than 200 characters were truncated.
  • Add text files (*.txt) in the list of 'known types' for file browser
  • CSS: Unicode characters in a "content" property were not interpreted correctly.
  • CSS: selectors for rules counter-increment and counter-reset were often not interpreted correctly.
    Also, display these rules in the list of rules displayed by command Format/Show applied style...
  • CSS: when some style has just been put on a character string (which creates a element), command "Show applied style" did not display this new style.
  • CSS: setting the "color" property of a selected element after the "background-color" property produced inexpected results.
  • CSS: Amaya crashed when creating a table of contents that included elements using a page-break CSS rule.
  • MathML: update entity definitions for MathML (Frederic Wang).
  • MathML: the content of element <annotation-xml> was not displayed correctly and could crash amaya.
  • Element <param> within an <applet> was moved by the HTML parser outside of the <applet> element.
  • When an XHTML document contains errors (such as invalid elements), Amaya does not try anymore to parse it again as a plain HTML document if it uses other namespaces with prefixes. The HTML parser does not accept prefixed tags.
  • <object>: Amaya now accept to create <object> elements without a data attribute.
    It's also easier to change the alternate text of an <object>.
  • Table editing: when changing setting an attribute on several (but not all) cells in a column, the attribute was applied to the column as a whole.
  • It was impossible to save large documents throught SSL on Windows and Linux. Add an option to define the socket buffer size in the libwww.
  • Some minor bug fixes.
  • Updating documentation.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

Ratings

Overall
(4)
Current Version (11.x)
(3)

Details

Downloads
22,789
Version Downloads
1,907
Type
Internet / Browsers
License
Free
Date
18 Jan 2012
Platform
OS X / Intel 32
Price
Free