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    Re:Namo WebEditor

    I plan on using Namo WebEditor 5.5 demo and I am worried about
    using it for 30 days and the text it puts at the bottom telling about
    the trial version.

    The question I have is can I vary easy change or remove the text
    after building a large site, without editing every single page.

    Also what is the best was to manage a large site, I was told
    SSI would be the way to go, but Namo doesent seem to do SSI.

    All the best,

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    For the first part, I wouldn't advise you to remove the text at all. By using the program for the trial period you agreed to allow that text to appear on any pages you created using the program. SSI does help you manage larger sites, but depending on how large we are talking about as to what would be best to use to manage it. How large is large?
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    Re: Namo & Trial

    Quote Originally Posted by firegryphon3207
    For the first part, I wouldn't advise you to remove the text at all. By using the program for the trial period you agreed to allow that text to appear on any pages you created using the program. SSI does help you manage larger sites, but depending on how large we are talking about as to what would be best to use to manage it. How large is large?
    After I purchase the full version, I should be allowed to remove all
    mention of the site created with the 30 day trial version.

    The question I have is, how would go about doing it, removing
    the text across say 30 pages etc.

    All the best,

    Gary Creed
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    I've never used that program specifically, so I couldn't say whether it does it for you or do you have to do it yourself. This is only a guess, but I would think that once you purchase the full version, the "unlocking" process would include the removal of the link from all documents. The other option is, of course, that you may have to remove it manually one document at a time. It really depends on the software company and how interested they were in making it easy for you.
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    If u r looking for a free WYIWYG editor for ur Content Management System, then why not try htmlArea at http://www.interactivetools.com/htmlArea. Its free & has quite good features. Also it does not any adv of theirs nor force u 2. Also u can modify the code according 2 ur needs. All u'll have 2 do is write the script to add the content generated to a database or text-file or what ever u use to store data.
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    well, htmlArea is not really a full-fledged CMS, just a textarea replacement...you'll still need to build your actual CMS code behind it with a server-side language and database...
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    Thanks,

    I really need a full featured HTML editor.
    for a large site I have planned.

    All the best,

    Gary Creed
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    Hello Gary,

    I use Namo 5.5 and once you purchase the full version, the website files and extensions you saved to your computer should be Namo type files...(I believe .sit files?)

    Anyway, if the site doesn't already show up when you unlocked the full version, you can create a new site, then drag the entire folder or files that you saved right into the site manager window under the site tab. You will then be able to open each individual file and edit from there.

    I'm sorry to say, but unless you used includes that you will need to remove the text each page at a time. I'm not sure any software can do that without includes????

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    Dreamweaver (find and replace site-wide ).
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    ahhhhh...find and replace! I haven't had to use it so it seems as though I have yet to recognize all the features too! Yes, Namo has that feature also.

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    Yay, good stuff. Thought it might, but didn't have a copy of the editor. I believe there was a free (probably outdated) copy with .net here in the UK not so long ago...
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    Since we're on the subject...does anyone have an idea of differences between Namo and Dreamweaver?? (beside the price)

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    Well, DW is a bit more feature-packed and a bit easier to "design" in, IMHO. Also it's very extensible. There's a reason it's the industry standard, right?

    Having said that, Namo is great value for money. When I start contracting/freelancing later this year, I am seriously going to consider purchasing a copy (right now I use DW at work, and HTML-Kit at home). As development environments (as oppsed to design environments) there's very little to choose between them, although DW does have better syntax highlighting.
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