Chico Digital Web Tool allows non-technical users to create a tree structure of related web pages without knowledge of HTML or FTP. Users select HTML templates, and can preview the appearance of each page with a single click. Web Tool creates static HTML pages at the end of the edit session, and it doesn't require a SQL database.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: This release adds unlimited editor fields per page defined by XML-compliant template tags, unlimited file upload fields (user-defined images) per page, integrated HTML Validation using W3C.org, integrated user management/authorization with MD5 encryption, the ability to publish pages to a preview area or to your live site, the ability to re-arrange page links, and integrated SSI functionality.
Release Notes: Web Tool 1.xx series is now free, released under the GPL license (previously shareware). It includes minor bugfixes and more documentation, including an updated installation troubleshooting guide and also a new site design guide.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: A number of minor bugs in the installation and configuration have been fixed, and Unix-based server installation should now go very smoothly.
Release Notes: More page name checking, auto-linked text does not cause line breaks nor matches text inside tags, FLOCK_ENABLE is part of the config file, '.' is pushed onto @INC (since modules are in cgi-bin), the edit screen aligns correctly in Microsoft IE, and two more user template samples are included.