April 17, 2012 in Web Design (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - The Escapers are very excited to announce the immediate release of Flux 4, the latest version of the MacWorld Five-Star winning web design environment.
Flux 4 is now taking the fight to DreamWeaver with a pure Cocoa Mac application, with amazing new features including:
* FreeCode. Flux has always had great WYSIWYG support for valid XHTML, but in the real world valid XHTML is not all you'll have to work with sometimes. Flux 4 now has FreeCode to allow WYSIWYG manipulation of invalid HTML. It has to be seen to be believed. Many of our beta testers simple refer to FreeCode as 'magic'.
* Brand new FTP. We all know networks go down, and FTP servers crash. Now Flux can overcome those glitches with rock-solid FTP support with reliable UNIX underpinnings.
* Image Maps. Draw them how you want them. Flux 4 now lets you draw out complex image maps like you were using a vector drawing package. Once you have tried it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without out it.
* Flux is a CSS believer, and now you can easily use CSS gradients without resorting to code or images.
* AutoComplete. Flux allows just about everything to be done in it's rich graphical interface, but sometimes we want to get down and dirty in the code. Flux 4 now has killer HTML auto-complete for the code hackers amongst us.
* Flux 4 now has an embedded Inspector for first-class, full screen use on Mac OS X Lion.
Flux 4 is a fundamental enhancement to the already powerful Flux 3. Flux 3 already offered a strong competitor to Adobe's DreamWeaver, but now Flux 4 brings about a truly killer alternative at an amazing price.
Flux 4 is available worldwide on The Escapers website.
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