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Ra Workshop Standard 3.3.1 Ra Workshop Standard is the basic windows and doors production software edition. It has all the production reports but is limited to compute only rectangular windows and doors. Also, Ra Workshop Standard Edition does not include cutting optimization. Ra Workshop Standard was designed as a correspon... read more



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Last update 2005-07-26
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1-abc.net WebDynamicer allows you to exchange parts of your website in batch mode. It is the easiest way to have a dynamic website that keeps static anyway! Dynamic websites take the current information out of a database using technologies like PHP, Perl, MySQL and others and allow webmasters and editors to make changes to the content, design or translation in seconds and - with the right content management system (CMS) - even without technical knowledge. Unfortunately this technology takes loading time, a more comfortable but also more expensive hosting service is required and search engines can also get problems with it. So the expenditure developing such a dynamic website may simply be not worth it for smaller websites. On the other hand: static web pages can not be edited easily, translation is nearly impossible and even small changes in the headline or exchanging a logo results in editing each single html file. So, until now, every web designer had to decide only between these two alternatives. 1-abc.net WebDynamicer is the long awaited solution for this! Just add some comments to the source code of your website and put changeable parts into template files - the program will exchange everything in all files just in a few seconds. Your websites stay static, but you have all editing advantages of dynamic websites. Headline changes, international websites, re-branded mirror web pages, outsourced text design without delivering the source code to 3rd parties, frame-free web design with tables that look like frames - everything is possible now! Features: Website modifications available for *.htm, *.html, *.php and *.pl files // Templates can be saved in *.ini or *.txt files // Configurable template identifiers for comments in HTML, PERL or PHP source code // Unlimited file import - your disk space is the only limit for the quantity of files// Project management - add your files to the project only once and reload the whole project next time // much more ...

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