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Dynamic Architect v.1.4.5||SW
|By IBE Software. |
What's new in Dynamic Architect 1.4.5:
Dynamic Architect is a powerful tool that simplifies the creation of advanced dynamic web pages.
- Added correct windows XP theme support;
- Addition of Tables in the Text Editor;
- Bug Fixes and Optimizations.
Dynamic Architect combines a straight-forward and easy-to-use interface to help you build the dynamic web pages of your dreams without a single line of code. As a matter of fact, you don't even need to know how to make a web page or what are the technologies involved in building one as Dynamic Architect does everything for you, the best way possible.
Unleash the power of your imagination and use the extremely simple interface of Dynamic Architect to build a complete dynamic web page within minutes: you can use its WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface to build your web page, and see the results appear in the various web-browsers exactly as you designed it.
Not only Dynamic Architect helps you build the most wonderful web pages in no time, but it lets you explore paths you wouldn't even have thought of by providing you with a consistent and innovative approach in a clear and easy-to-use interface: the possibilities are infinite.
Dynamic Architect is so easy to use yet so powerful that children as well as advanced webmasters use it! Combined with an extremely low learning time, you have between your hands the ultimate tool to create the most astonishing web pages.
Last but not least, Dynamic Architect has been created and is maintained by old webmasters with the following idea in mind: allow everybody to build their own web page without worrying about any of the numerous difficulties to accomplish such a task.
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