The CurrCon Java Applet displays prices on this
web page converted with today’s exchange rates into your local international currency,
e.g. Euros, US dollars, Canadian dollars, British Pounds, Indian Rupees…
CurrCon requires an up-to-date browser
and Java version 1.8, preferably 1.8.0_131.
If you can’t see the prices in your local currency,
Troubleshoot. Use Firefox for best results.
Now called Website Builder. It is free. It was originally called Evrsoft First Page a
visual HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)
It has four different views code, design (lets you visually edit a crudely
rendered view) and Preview (not-edible, accurate browser-type rendering). Design
has two variants, faster black and white and slower coloured.
It bolds entities and highlights tags, well-formed or not.
It has a spell checker.
It can convert high bit characters to entities.
It has beginner, intermediate, etc. modes to simply the program to make it
easier to learn.
Compared with other editors I have used, it is way too slow.
This as a show-stopper. It is far too slow to use.
It does not have any features to apply style classes to selections.
It is confused by web-ready documents that use \n for
line separator. It treats them as if there were no line separators at all.
You can view code and visual edit in split screen mode, but when you do, the
keystrokes lag unusably badly in both screens and it greatly slows down typing. For
all practical purposes you have to do all you editing in code mode and proofread in
visual edit mode. In pure code mode or pure design mode, it works faster.
Using design/WYSIWYG mode invokes something very like HTMLTidy if not HTMLTidy
itself which badly mangles your code.
The menu to enter high-bit character entities does a little dance to open. This
wastes a second or two.
In preview mode, Applets don’t work properly because they are not run as
if in the original directory.