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Web pages can be difficult to write for non-technical users. The myriad of content management systems (Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla) can help, but these systems need server-side support to work. In contrast, the BlueGriffon web content editor produces standards-compliant websites without server-side support. BlueGriffon provides an intuitive What You See Is What You Get interface. Behind the scenes,...
CoffeeCup Editor

The CoffeeCup HTML editor is an award-winning website creation system. It includes a library of responsive themes and layouts to jump start the creation of new websites. Its Components Library feature allows users to create reusable blocks of code that are kept synchronized across all the pages on which they appear. This is helpful for toolbars, menus, and other such components. In addition to...
Minimalist for Everything

For readers looking for a more visually streamlined internet experience, Minimalist for Everything may pay dividends. The Chrome add-on uses user-side JavaScript and CSS to customize websites with the click of a button. This may sound complex but, at least from this user's perspective, it's as simple as can be. For example, imagine that you would like to get rid of the search bar in your gmail...

Creating online forms for everyday use can be difficult, and some may just throw up their hands and hire a programmer or consultant. But before making that call, users may want to try Wufoo. Wufoo lets users create all types of online forms quickly, including mailing lists, surveys, invitations, and event calendars. This version is compatible with all computers running Windows 98 and newer.