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Namo WebEditor 8Discount

Namo WebEditor 8

Design Websites Without Programming

$99.99
for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista
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You want to create a website, but you don't have the time to learn all of that complex HTML programming mojo! Well, with Namo WebEditor 8, you don't have to!

Namo WebEditor 8 lets you easily create and manage personal and professional websites using an intuitive WYSIWYG visual authoring tool! Featuring a familiar ribbon menu that you probably already know how to use, Namo WebEditor 8 stacks the chips in your favor with a bunch of standard web features that get you up and running quickly.

Offering a wide variety of templates, Namo WebEditor 8 lets you skip the hassle of trying to come up with a website design from scratch. Just pick a template, then use an intuitive Site Tree to add, delete, and arrange the pages on your website as you see fit. Add text, images, video, and other components easily. When your website looks exactly how you want it to look, just hit publish to upload it to your web server!

A couple of bonus features make Namo WebEditor 8 a must-buy. The Quiz Manager lets you quickly and easily create classroom quizzes that are hosted right on your website. Every format that you need is here -- multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and even essay questions. Students can take the tests right online, and the results will automatically be sent to you via email!

Lastly, if you have been holding onto some particularly effective PowerPoint presentations, wondering what to do with them, you'll appreciate Namo WebEditor 8's ability to convert PPT files into HTML! Just take any PowerPoint file, feed it into Namo WebEditor 8, and republish it as a web page that can be viewed full-screen in your browser!

This promotion includes the following:
Namo WebEditor 8 German ESD ($99.99)
Namo WebEditor 8 English version ($99.99)
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Rene de Vries 50% deal only for the full version? or also for an upgrade 6/2006suite?
Sep 19 2010 at 11:57pm Copy Link
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Nelson Carvalho "50% deal only for the full version? or also for an upgrade 6/2006suite?"
I'd like to do the same question. Well, Rene already done...
Sep 21 2010 at 12:29am Copy Link
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Graham I have owned Namo 8 and an earlier version for years.  Technical support is atrocious to non-existant taking months to respond - if they respond at all. I have an open ticket since Feb 2009. Personally I won't bother with them again
Sep 21 2010 at 2:18am Copy Link
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Rene de Vries maybe someone from BitsDuJour can act on this one???
true Namo has bad support on their products... :(
Sep 21 2010 at 2:51am Copy Link
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Ennovy If your looking for a GREAT web editor, you must try WYSIWYG Web Builder: http://www.wysiwygwebbuil...index.html
It's also cheaper and there support is very good.
Sep 24 2010 at 9:13pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth Seconding Peter's advice, brilliant in all respects.
Sep 24 2010 at 9:34pm Copy Link
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Alan @Kimberly
Just leave.

Like everyone should do, I check out the software before buying. Isn't that the smart way to do it? I view BDJ as a way to get a good price on a product, it's up to me to decide if I like the product. I always take all comments with a little grain of salt, since you really don't know who is posting, but BDJ gives me a good chance to see what's available.
Sep 25 2010 at 12:28am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Alan Agreed, it's always best to test Bits du Jour software yourself. Not every title makes sense for every customer, which is why we offer hundreds and hundreds of different titles every year.  And keep in mind that the vast majority of the vendors we work with offer money-back guarantees on their products. FYI, we have a rather hilarious narrative of comments and forum posts suggesting that Kimberly C, Bud G, and a multitude of other colorful 'customers' are, in fact, aliases of the exact same troll :-) -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 25 2010 at 1:11am Copy Link
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Glen Hilton There was an offer for a similar price when downloading Namo WebEditor 8 from their site which may give potentil buyers more time to evaluate..
Sep 25 2010 at 1:52pm Copy Link
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Henrik Safegaard The actual version on the Homesite is Namo WebEditor 9 and the price is 79 UsD -

Could you pleace update this link or is it mentioned to be that way???
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