PageMeUp
PageMeUp
1.2.1

4.2

PageMeUp free download for Mac

PageMeUp

1.2.1
08 May 2015

Ultra-simple layout HTML page editor for Web and print.

Overview

PageMeUp is designed to lay out both hard documents for print, such as magazines, flyers, business cards, etc.; and to easily create soft documents, such as your Web site. Simply drag, import, or paste images and text onto the PageMeUp document, then edit, print, and export to PDF or HTML at the resolution and quality you need. PageMeUp manages CMYK and RGB ICC color profiles to give the utmost accuracy when exporting your documents to PDF. It lets you work with snapping for boxes, custom guides, and margins to let you lay out your pages as quickly as possible. PageMeUp offers several features such as page size, page background color, stage color, page orientation, image box, and text box with position, size and rotation, color background (fill and gradient), border, shadow, flip vertical and horizontal, mask (rect, oval, rounded rect, polygon, star) and all the most-used text features, such as font, style, interline, kern, paragraph, etc.

  • Quick, easy and intuitive
  • Import PDF, PSD, PNG, TIF, JPG, EPS, GIF and many other image formats
  • Export and print to Professional Quality PDF with icc Color Profile and custom resolution images
  • Export to HTML/CSS with links to internal page, external pages, email and files to download
  • Export to Widget
  • The web pages can be organised in a folders hierarchical structure

What's new in PageMeUp

Version 1.2.1:
  • You can now export your document to a Widget. The first time you launch/install a widget, please Control-Click on its icon in the Finder then select the menu item "Open" from the contextual pop-up menu. This way you will avoid the block for widgets made by undefined developers (in this case, you).
  • When exporting to PDF, PageMeUp now properly creates clickable text links with text-color and text-style you defined. The links on the PDF can open an URL with your default browser or send an email with your Email default application.
  • Other minor fixes and improvements.

3 PageMeUp Reviews

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Denflinkegrafiker
21 March 2015

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I really like the PageMeUp though I'm a graphic designer using pro tools like Indesign & Illustrator for layouts. The PageMeUp is – of course – much more simple but that's also what's great about it! It reminds me a little of the first writing/layout app I ever used = RagTime. So... if you're looking for a simple layout tool that works right out of the box PageMeUp might just be the right tool for you. Even got a super simple way to add crop marks... something we sometimes have a hard time explaining customers doing their own layout. The price is just right – and I believe a target group could be students, HomeWorkArtists & users that like to do layout, create their own brochures, invitations, business cards etc. I'll will be following PageMeUp and see how it develops in the forthcoming versions. I'm already impressed with version 1.2 – I'll give PagemeUp 4 stars... this leaves one for the developer to surprise me again in the next version. But I really like the simplicity... please keep it that way.
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Version 1.2
Denflinkegrafiker
21 March 2015
I really like the PageMeUp though I'm a graphic designer using pro tools like Indesign & Illustrator for layouts. The PageMeUp is – of course – much more simple but that's also what's great about it! It reminds me a little of the first writing/layout app I ever used = RagTime. So... if you're looking for a simple layout tool that works right out of the box PageMeUp might just be the right tool for you. Even got a super simple way to add crop marks... something we sometimes have a hard time explaining customers doing their own layout. The price is just right – and I believe a target group could be students, HomeWorkArtists & users that like to do layout, create their own brochures, invitations, business cards etc. I'll will be following PageMeUp and see how it develops in the forthcoming versions. I'm already impressed with version 1.2 – I'll give PagemeUp 4 stars... this leaves one for the developer to surprise me again in the next version. But I really like the simplicity... please keep it that way.
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Version 1.2
Robert-Vaessen
09 January 2015
I downloaded the demo application and tried to open an html document... Guess what? It wouldn't allow me to open a document ending in a .html extension. This seems to be another 'proprietary' solution. Why do developers build such awesome looking applications, and then cripple them so users are only able to use their product to edit the pages/products produced? I would like a page layout and design product that can actually read in other html files. I'm still using an old copy of Dreamweaver because I can't find anything decent that will allow me to open an existing .html document. Here's another candidate that looks great, has the features I need, but it won't open (or presumably create) existing html documents. Why!
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Version 1.1.2
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Ryde
Ryde
09 January 2015
The ability to open and edit any HTML document requires a lot of sophistication on the part of the application, because it must be able to interpret all possible (X)HTML and CSS features and may even need to know about JavaScript. Therefore most apps that allow you to create HTML documents are not even able to read their own HTML output but use some proprietary document format internally. You save into the proprietary format (and need to keep these documents around in order to be able to make changes later) and only "export" into HTML.

For an application that does work with HTML files directly (and CSS, JavaScript, pictures, font files and everything else that's related to a web site) and does allow you to edit websites created with any other tool, have a look at "Flux" from "The Escapers" which is a great piece of software, actively developed and well supported. It mainly caters to advanced web designers and web developers however, so I don't generally recommend it to novices.
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Rochade
01 July 2014
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
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Softobe
Softobe
01 July 2014
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.
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Rochade
Rochade
02 July 2014
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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$24.00

4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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