Current Version: 3.4
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Download Size: 9.1 MB - Download
WebsitePainter is a editor for creating professional looking Websites, without HTML knowledge and programming. With a few clicks it is possible to create web pages with elements like Web2.0 buttons, gradients, round borders, hover effects, transparencies, continuous text and more.
- Exact placement for pixel perfect layouting
- WYSIWYG editor
- Integrated FTP client, one click and publish it to your server
- Supports Absolute as well as Dynamically Sized Layouts
- Create Interactive Slideshows with just a few clicks
- Create HTML, PHP and ASP pages
- Lots of precreated templates
- Full control over the generated HTML code
- Supports all Languages through Unicode
- and much more
Note: This is not a HTML editor!
- Built-in automatic image resizing: If you add an image which is unnecessary huge for a website, WebsitePainter now offers you to resize that image automatically, making your website smaller and load much faster.
- Faster website upload: When publishing your website to the internet, WebsitePainter now only uploads changed files, if wanted. So making small changes to your website is now much, much faster.
- New 'static' gallery mode: The gallery has now an additional new open mode: 'none'. Which when selected, causes that the gallery pictures are not clickable and cannot be made bigger.
- Improved image quality: The preview image quality of the built-in image gallery is now much higher
- Compatibility with more PHP web servers: External PHP css files now have the extension filename_php.css instead of filename.php.css before, because some servers would try to run the .css file as PHP file.
- Unsaved changes indicator: The editor now has an indicator showing if there are unsaved changes in the document
Most Helpful Reviews
Good Stuff - Straight forward and easy to use from install to the uploading of the finished file. I have no plans to use anything else. When uploading, it is best not to consider using a second program like Fetch. Websitepainter will do it easily. Though I am sure Fetch does the job for other files, it didn't do the job with this format.
Surprised Apple would allow this to be sold - This offers only several bland templates, so you will not save any creative time. It is not wysiwyg, because it publishes/loads incorrectly. However, we can only publish locally due to the filename extention problem. Our server cannot read the file. It cannot be saved as html, just under the ridiculous app filename extention. This has been a waste of my money, and worse, a waste of my time. I am surprised and disappointed the app store would even offer this.
More Reviews for Current Version
A strong editor with some quirks - Such as: No retina support. No svg support. Hyperlink ordering is not intuitive. Changes to the image directory sometimes require a restart to access. No apparent opacity adjustment. Fewer than desired number of alterable preferences (example: default font size). Some notable strengths: Pixel per pixel nudge with arrow keys. Subcontainer tool. All system fonts accessible. Good preview function. Detailed adjustment of tool attributes. HTML knowledge unnecessary. Output bitmap quality is superb. Two tips, in case you find yourself working with this program. 1) How to outwit the intra-document hyperlinks: if not working as expected, try creating a cluster of anchors and targeting the median one. 2) Wrestling with copy/paste: understand that the container is copied exactly, including position, meaning that the destination position must exist numerically. Is it worth the price? Still undecided on that one.