HTML visual editor

August 1st, 2006 by Ioan Cocan in Tools

I’ve been looking around for a freeware, not so sofisticated HTML visual editor. Tried out a few popular Tucows downloads and found everything I needed in PageBreeze. Free for non-commercial use, it has drag-and-drop form design with easy preview within the application.


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