|Last updated: 18/10/09|
|Version: 1.9||Download Size: 4.1mb|
What is Webit?
Years ago when I was still a TGF user I made the worst drag & drop builder enabling you to use up to 3 different objects (in total on the website) but it worked, I left it for a few years. After understanding MMF I now can make lots of neat stuff but you have to find something that no one else has, and then I found my old system. Now after nearly a year in production Webit is ready for the public eye.
What does Webit have?
- Webit contains 14 object which range from simple “Text” to “I-frames” in which you are able to customise
- Webit has the basic load and save functions which are built to keep your sites archived safely in an encoded format
- Webit has the option to export your site not only too your local hard drive (which is “web ready”) but also automatically to your personal FTP account/server
- Webit has inbuilt Wizard and Plugin managers which means Webit can be customised by you the public by using Webit’s developer pack and even using other plugins made by a 3rd party candidate
- Webit has online tools (other then FTP uploading) which include an “auto updater” and “news displayer” to make sure Webit is up to date and you are too with the latest news
- Webit has a unique editing experience which lets you keep your Website looking good and also means it is easily editable
- Webit contains editing tools to make sure your site is ‘pixel perfect’ for example “perfect positioning” and “resizing”
- Webit also has page editing tools which means you can edit how Webit runs and is displayed
Who has been involved in this project?
During the creation of Webit I have been in league with other clickers to make sure Webit is “top notch” and so I would like to thank Gizmo for helping giving ideas and testing Webit, next is a HUGE thanks too Isaacboy for creating the slick looking logo and for helping me with certain parts of Webit, next is Neodug as he has also helped me during the production of Webit, next Matt Janes who designed some images and to original logo, finally I would like to thank all the BETA testers that helped me evaluate Webit.
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