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FirstPage

FirstPage
Developer(s) EVRSOFT
Stable release FirstPage 06
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type HTML editor
License Freeware with optional commercial extensions
Website Official website

FirstPage is a family of HTML editor products by EVRSOFT, running on Microsoft Windows. The features include HTML editing, formatting and validation with syntax highlighting, templates and partial WYSIWYG support, JavaScript code snippets, DOM tree browser and various wizards. There are rather function-rich free versions and commercial extensions, which mostly bring bigger libraries of templates and code snippets.

Because versions of FirstPage were available to download as freeware or shareware and, at the same time, reasonably sophisticated, they have often been recommended in magazines and books.[1][2][3] [4]

See also

References

  1. ^ John Mueller, SAMS teach yourself Windows XP in 21 days, Sams (2002), Chapter 20. ISBN 0-672-32263-3
  2. ^ Christopher Goranson, Careers as a Webmaster: Maintaining the Site, The Rosen Publishing Group (2001), page 41. ISBN 0-8239-3419-5
  3. ^ Peter Christian, The Genealogist's Internet, Dundurn Press (2003), page 250. ISBN 1-55002-481-7
  4. ^ Kent Dunn, Evrsoft First Page 2006 Review, TopTenRewiews, Jul 28, 2014, retrieved Oct 8, 2014

External links

  • EVRSOFT official site


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