Developer Tools Web Authoring ZSoft Easy Web Creator

ZSoft Easy Web Creator 0.7 for Windows

by ZSoft Software

Avg. Rating 2.4 (8 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.6 MB
License Shareware, $2.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 903
Publisher ZSoft Software
Homepage ZSoft Easy Web Creator

Publisher's Description

ZSoft Easy Web Creator allows you to create a website, easy as 1-2-3. All you have to do is add pages and write the text. That's more or less it. Give it a try, you can make your own web-page in under 2 minutes.

Latest Reviews

madmike

madmike reviewed v0.7 on Feb 6, 2006

Well, its as usefull as rubber spade, sorry but even a novice uses frontpage these days and to offer that for sale is an insult to the masses

OrbitOne

OrbitOne reviewed v0.7 on Feb 5, 2006

Notepad?
I've developed maybe close to over a hundred websites in the last few years, and not once have I used notepad to make a page.
To edit small sections, MAYBE, but never to develop.
Dreamweaver was always the way to go. ... and still is if you have the $$.

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v0.6 on Jan 7, 2006

Even for basic I think it is too stripped, yea the price may be right but even soccer mom's websites deserve something a bit better and it's out there

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v0.6 on Jan 6, 2006

I verymuch like the pricetag on this software. It's great for people that can't grasp or remember standard tags like B, I, U, A HREF or IMG SRC(mostly my parents), although I doubt I'll ever use this myself.

There's better website creators out there...and the skilled pagemaker still uses trusty old Notepad! :D

Avg. Rating 2.4 (8 votes)
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madmike

madmike reviewed v0.7 on Feb 6, 2006

Well, its as usefull as rubber spade, sorry but even a novice uses frontpage these days and to offer that for sale is an insult to the masses

OrbitOne

OrbitOne reviewed v0.7 on Feb 5, 2006

Notepad?
I've developed maybe close to over a hundred websites in the last few years, and not once have I used notepad to make a page.
To edit small sections, MAYBE, but never to develop.
Dreamweaver was always the way to go. ... and still is if you have the $$.

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v0.6 on Jan 7, 2006

Even for basic I think it is too stripped, yea the price may be right but even soccer mom's websites deserve something a bit better and it's out there

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v0.6 on Jan 6, 2006

I verymuch like the pricetag on this software. It's great for people that can't grasp or remember standard tags like B, I, U, A HREF or IMG SRC(mostly my parents), although I doubt I'll ever use this myself.

There's better website creators out there...and the skilled pagemaker still uses trusty old Notepad! :D

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