ClipCollect has a novel approach for building a website by converting any file directory contents automatically to HTML with only 3 mouse clicks. First collect, edit and autoformat text snippets and save them along with any other files into a directory structure. Then start ClipCollect's automatic converter to produce HTML. Gathering data with ClipCollect means creating a website along the way without effort. The Generator will even convert any existing directory structure of your hard drive to HTML and build a complete website out of it.
Use ClipCollect to build a personal database with condensed information:
You do not have to save a whole document in an arbitrary data format, when only a few sentences are of interest for you. With ClipCollect you easily assemble single pieces of text automatically formatted to a synopsis. So you don't have to read a whole document when you later want to recall only the important part of the information.
ClipCollect as an ordering help:
With ClipCollect you are prepared, when the ubiquitous question arises: Save to where? Its hierarchical database will improve your chances to find what you are later searching for.
Publishing with ClipCollect:
For browsing your data locally or publishing it you can convert ClipCollect's database, part of it or any other directory of your hard drive to HTML. All subdirectories, text and media files get assembled into HTML pages whose linkage mirrors the directory structure. The outcome can serve as a homepage or website, as a manual or catalogue, as an eBook or image gallery or as a hierarchical text database. You can create a website that is ready for upload directly and quickly around some contents like text, images or Flash within a few seconds!
|Order:||Click here to purchase full version|
|Keywords:||generator, builder, html, homepage, website|
|Program type:||Freeware - $0.00|
|Install support:||Install and Uninstall|
|Operating system:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Home
|File size:||1039 K|
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