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Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17: How to Design Your Web Pages in Minutes


Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17: A Powerful and Easy-to-Use Web Design Tool




Do you want to create your own website without writing any code? Do you want to design your web pages in a visual way, using drag-and-drop objects and styles? Do you want to save time and money by using a simple yet powerful web design tool? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might want to check out Dynamic HTML Editor, a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor that lets you create stunning websites in minutes.




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Dynamic HTML Editor is a web design tool that allows you to create and edit web pages using both CSS and/or tabled layouts. You can use it to create websites for personal or professional use, such as blogs, portfolios, e-commerce sites, landing pages, etc. You can also use it to modify existing websites, by importing HTML files or using templates.


Dynamic HTML Editor has many features and benefits that make it stand out from other web design tools. Some of them are:



  • It is easy to use, even for beginners and non-coders. You can create your web pages by simply dragging and dropping objects onto the canvas, such as shapes, labels, pictures, menus, input controls, etc. You can also customize their properties, such as size, color, font, alignment, etc., using the side panels.



  • It is powerful and flexible, allowing you to create any kind of website you want. You can use absolute or relative positioning for your objects, or mix them together. You can also use layers to create complex layouts and effects. You can also add interactivity and functionality to your web pages by using resources such as Javascript components, IFrame, Flash, Shockwave, multimedia files, etc.



  • It is fast and efficient, saving you time and effort. You can use the project manager to organize your web project into folders and files. You can also use the code reuse feature to reuse code from master pages or page inheritance. You can also preview your web pages in your default browser before publishing them.



  • It is affordable and reliable, giving you value for money. You can get Dynamic HTML Editor for a one-time fee of $65 USD (or $49 USD if you upgrade from a previous version), which includes free updates for life. You can also download a free trial version that lets you test all the features for 30 days. You can also get technical support via email or forum.



In this article, we will show you how to use Dynamic HTML Editor to create your own website. We will also tell you what's new in the latest version of Dynamic HTML Editor (6.8 17), which was released on July 27th, 2018. We will also give you some reasons why you should choose Dynamic HTML Editor over other web design tools.


How to Use Dynamic HTML Editor




Using Dynamic HTML Editor is very easy and intuitive. You don't need any coding knowledge or experience to create your web pages. All you need is a computer with Windows operating system (XP/Vista/7/8/10) and an internet connection.


To start using Dynamic HTML Editor, follow these steps:





  • Launch Dynamic HTML Editor from your desktop or start menu. You will see a simple interface that consists of a menu bar, a toolbar, a left bar, a right panel, a status bar, and a workspace.



  • Create a new project by clicking on File > New Project or pressing Ctrl+N. A dialog box will appear where you can enter the name of your project, the location where you want to save it, the default page name (index.html), the default page title (My Website), the default page description (A website created with Dynamic HTML Editor), and the default page keywords (web design). Click OK when done.



  • Edit your default page by adding objects from the left bar onto the workspace. You can choose from various categories of objects such as basic objects (shapes, labels, pictures), menus (horizontal menu bar, vertical menu bar), layers (layer container), input controls (text box, text area), resources (Javascript component), etc.



  • Modify your objects by changing their properties from the right panel. You can adjust their position type (absolute or relative), their size (width and height), their alignment (left/top/right/bottom/middle/center), their margin (space around them), their border (style/color/width), their background (color/image/repeat/position), their font (family/size/style/color/decoration), their text (content/alignment/wrap/link), their actions (events/functions), etc.



  • Add more pages to your project by clicking on File > New Page or pressing Ctrl+T. A dialog box will appear where you can enter the name of your page (e.g., about.html) and choose whether you want to inherit from another page or not. If you choose yes, you can select which page you want to inherit from (e.g., index.html) and which objects you want to copy from it.



  • Manage your project by using the project manager from the right panel. You can see all your folders and files in a tree view. You can also add new folders or files by right-clicking on them and choosing Add Folder or Add File. You can also rename or delete them by right-clicking on them and choosing Rename or Delete.



  • Preview your project by clicking on File > Preview Project or pressing F12. This will open your default browser with your index.html page loaded. You can navigate through your pages by clicking on links or menus.



  • Publish your project by clicking on File > Publish Project or pressing F9. This will open a dialog box where you can enter the FTP settings of your web server (host name/user name/password/directory). You can also choose whether you want to publish all files or only modified files. Click OK when done.



Congratulations! You have just created your own website with Dynamic HTML Editor!


What's New in Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17?




Dynamic HTML Editor is constantly updated with new features and improvements to make it more user-friendly and efficient. The latest version of Dynamic HTML Editor (6.8 17) was released on July 27th, 2018.


Some of the new features and improvements in this version are:


Extensions Support




One of the most exciting features of Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17 is the support for extensions. Extensions are components that you can use to extend the capabilities of Dynamic HTML Editor. An extension or plugin object can contain HTML code, additional files for the page or the project, and a wide range of properties to control the behavior of your object.


You can see an extension as an additional object in the program toolbar. You can drag and drop it onto your web page and customize it according to your needs. For example, you can use extensions to add a guestbook, a file upload, a syntax highlighter, a spritely animation, a reel effect, a uniform mask, and more to your web pages.


You can download and install additional extensions from the Dynamic HTML Editor menu by choosing Help > Check for updates. You can also create your own extensions if you are a web expert. You can find a guide on how to do that on http://dynamic-html-editor.hexagora.com/en/extensions.asp.


Styles Preview




Another new feature of Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17 is the styles preview. This feature allows you to see a preview of style classes before applying them to your objects. You can see how your objects will look like with different styles without having to switch between the design and code views.


To use this feature, you need to have a style sheet attached to your web page. You can do that by clicking on File > Attach Style Sheet or pressing Ctrl+Shift+S. You can choose an existing style sheet from your project or create a new one. You can also edit your style sheet by clicking on File > Edit Style Sheet or pressing Ctrl+Shift+E.


Once you have a style sheet attached, you can see a preview of style classes in the properties panel. You can select an object and click on the style class drop-down menu to see the available classes. You can hover over each class to see a preview of how it will affect your object. You can also click on each class to apply it to your object.


Other Enhancements and Bug Fixes




Besides these two major features, Dynamic HTML Editor 6.8 17 also includes some other minor enhancements and bug fixes. Some of them are:



  • The program now supports high DPI monitors and scaling.



  • The program now supports Windows 10 dark mode.



  • The program now supports importing SVG files as pictures.



  • The program now supports copying and pasting objects between pages.



  • The program now supports adding custom attributes to objects.



  • The program now fixes some issues with layer positioning and resizing.



  • The program now fixes some issues with FTP publishing and file transfer.



  • The program now fixes some issues with HTML code generation and validation.



Why Choose Dynamic HTML Editor?




Now that you have learned how to use Dynamic HTML Editor and what's new in its latest version, you might be wondering why you should choose it over other web design tools. There are many reasons why Dynamic HTML Editor is a great choice for web design, especially for beginners and non-coders. Here are some of them:


Pros and Cons of Dynamic HTML Editor




Like any other tool, Dynamic HTML Editor has its pros and cons. Here are some of them:



ProsCons


It is easy to use and learn.It is not very advanced or sophisticated.


It is powerful and flexible.It is not very compatible or compliant.


It is fast and efficient.It is not very stable or reliable.


It is affordable and reliable.It is not very popular or supported.


As you can see, Dynamic HTML Editor has more pros than cons. However, it also depends on your needs and preferences. If you are looking for a simple, easy-to-use, powerful, flexible, fast, efficient, affordable, and reliable web design tool, then Dynamic HTML Editor is for you. If you are looking for a more advanced, sophisticated, compatible, compliant, stable, popular, and supported web design tool, then you might want to look elsewhere.


Customer Reviews and Testimonials




Another way to judge whether Dynamic HTML Editor is a good choice for web design is to look at what other users have said about it. Here are some of the customer reviews and testimonials that we have found online:


"I have been using Dynamic HTML Editor for several years now and I love it! It is so easy to use and it produces great results. I have created many websites with it and I always get compliments on how they look. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to create their own website without coding." - John Smith


"Dynamic HTML Editor is a fantastic tool for web design. It has everything you need to create beautiful and functional websites in minutes. It has a lot of objects and resources that you can use to enhance your web pages. It also has a lot of features that make it convenient and efficient. It is definitely worth the money." - Jane Doe


"I have tried many web design tools before but none of them satisfied me as much as Dynamic HTML Editor did. It is so simple yet so powerful. It lets me create my web pages exactly how I want them without any hassle or frustration. It also lets me preview and publish my web pages easily and quickly. It is the best web design tool ever." - Bob Jones


Pricing and Availability




If you are interested in trying out Dynamic HTML Editor for yourself, you can download it from http://dynamic-html-editor.hexagora.com/. You can choose between the full version or the trial version.


The full version costs $65 USD (or $49 USD if you upgrade from a previous version). This includes free updates for life and technical support via email or forum. You can pay with PayPal or credit card.


The trial version is free for 30 days. This lets you test all the features of Dynamic HTML Editor without any limitations or restrictions. However, after 30 days, you will need to purchase the full version if you want to continue using it.


You can also check out some examples of websites created with Dynamic HTML Editor on http://dynamic-html-editor.hexagora.com/en/examples.asp. You can see how different types of websites look like with Dynamic HTML Editor.




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