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WebYep creates simple Web pages

updated 01:10 pm EDT, Fri October 13, 2006

WebYep 1.1.10 released

Objective Development Software has released WebYep 1.1.10, a compact Web Content Management System for extremely simple creation of editable Web pages. The software focuses on Web developers whose primary concern is design, and reduces functionality to keep designers in control without the burden of complex content administration. Primary WebYep features include text editing and image management; the ability to build basic menu structures with sub-items and section titles; loops to repeat arbitrary WebYep or HTML elements on a page; and file attachment enabling users to attach any kind of document to a Web page for visitors to download. WebYep requires no PHP or HTML knowledge to use, and integrates with Macromedia Dreamweaver. WebYep 1.1.10 is available for 30 per website, and requires any modern Web browser such as Safari or Firefox.




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  1. alansky

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    WebYep???

    Could the makers of this product possibly have chosen a more stupid name than WebYep?

  1. melon

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    play Firefox

    Have you ever thought about challenging browsers face to face? Now you can do it. Firetron 0.1 is new Firefox game Try it! More information on: http://www.miscproject.com/blog/firefox-game-firetron/

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