openElement - website editor

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openElement - website editor

#1 Post by webfork » Tue Nov 23, 2021 9:09 pm

It's a few years old at this point, but is free and has some nice extras I haven't seen elsewhere.

Synopsis:
openElement® is a powerful and intuitive web authoring program for creative professionals. Whatever your web project may be, openElement provides you with all the tools you need to build a solid and standards-compliant website. The software supports all the latest technology, such as HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, responsive design, etc. Work from a professionally designed template or from scratch. openElement was developed by web professionals for web professionals as a visual tool to maximize productivity by streamlining tasks and optimizing workflow.

Compatible with XP, Vista, Windows7 and Windows8
Steps: Download and use Uniextract2, launch openElement.exe

Status: Not portable, writes to AppData\Local. This one might technically qualify as portable as almost all settings are pushed into the project files, but admittedly the light/dark setting would annoy me to have to continually modify. Tested v. 1.57 on Win10x64.

Screenshot:

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Resources: Disk: 191 megs

Note that it includes a local webserver, but I didn't test that.

Websites:

https://www.openelement.com/
https://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/ ... ment.shtml

Hash - SHA 256: 22F33F86128B59D3911702150EDA6438C2275065C765EE550491A601FF568AE6

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