Agile Releases the HTML Editor for Code Hackers

After a lengthy testing period, Compware today released its Agile HTML Editor which includes support for the latest HTML features, making the tool popular with both hobbyists and professional developers.

The Agile editor utilizes a different approach to most authoring packages, and is known as the “right-click editor” because of its easy HTML tag configuration.

Agile’s concept is to provide an in-depth understanding of nine different HTML variants, use official HTML references, and provide an intuitive user interface, making it possible to develop state-of-the art sites, while enabling Web authors to stay in total control of their HTML code.

Updated frequently in the last year, the Agile HTML Editor now supports the latest Web technologies, including Dynamic HTML, Scriptlets, Style Sheets, and many other techniques. Agile was the first editor to provide support for HTML 4.0, Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape Navigator 4.0, and the W3C HTML 4.0 draft.

The editor also includes support for all HTML standards and browsers, and
enables developers to switch from one standard to another instantly, with
reconfigured menus, error highlighting, and help hints. Agile supports HTML
4.0, 3.2, and 2.0; Netscape Communicator 4.0; Netscape Navigator 4.0, 3.0, and 2.0; and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, 3.0, and 2.0.

The Agile HTML Editor retails for $75 and is available for Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT. For more information, or to download a free demo of the full version, visit the Agile Web site.

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