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WebMaster's Toolkit: Dec 96

Platform: Win95/Win98/Mac
Packaging: Jewel Case
Publisher: Walnut Creek
Product Code: WEBMOLDDJ
4 in Stock

The WebMaster's Toolkit CDROM is a comprehensive collection of documentation, utilities, and graphics that help you create, maintain, and improve your HTML pages. You'll get HTML tutorials and FAQ lists to help you learn about HTML programming and Web design. You'll be able to create a professional home page in minutes using our home page templates. Enhance your Web design with the 2,212 images on this CDROM, including 380 animated GIFs, 400 backgrounds, 425 icons, 59 buttons, 209 lines, and 127 arrows. We've also included HTML editors, ImageMap utilities, HTML conversion utilities, and HTML link validators for easy maintenance of your site. For the more advanced WebMasters, we've included Perl cgi-bin source code, Java applets, and ActiveX controls as well. Take a look and see why everyone is talking about Java and ActiveX! Save disk space and use these applets and source code directly off the CDROM. Previous Edition. You'll find Web servers for Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX on this disc.

Packaging Definitions:
Retail Box is a Cardboard Box. Contents as Provided by the Publisher.
Jewel Case is a Plastic Case with Color Cover or Small Manual.
Paper Sleeve is a Color or See-thru Paper Sleeve; No Manual.
With Manual is a Plastic Case or Paper Sleeve with a Larger Manual.

Some of our products are DOS products. Those that are will say Platform: DOS above. Such products may require appropriate DOS hardware drivers to operate.
DOS products designated as DOS 6.2 always require DOS hardware drivers to operate and will require the use of both HIMEM.SYS and EMM386.EXE in addition.




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