WYSIWYG Design Interface
Visually designing a webpage beats manual coding hands-down when it comes to speed and ease.
What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) is a way of designing webpages through a visual inteface instead of writing code. Many old-school webmasters who cut their teeth on Notepad have a skeptical approach to the graphical interface. However, the advange in terms of time saved over the entire design process quickly becomes apparent. While coding a webpage design in HTML and CSS takes days or even weeks, and the end product displays differently in each browser, getting a graphical layout ready for publication in Raptor Web Designer is merely a matter of a few hours.
Raptor Web Designer frees the user from the arduous work of crafting code together with creating a separate directory for each subpage and subdirectories for their image files. The ease of moving around objects makes it possible to try out several or even over a dozen alternative page designs and color schemes, as well as optimize images for the homepage. The precision of the computer program ensures that it always generates W3C standard compliant code.