Helen's Website Editor 1.2.2 Beta
Connect to the FTP server hosting your website
To get started, in the Helen's Website Editor Settings window, you must provide the website name, the server address, your username and password, the location of the initial directory, and enable the automatic detection of the stylesheet. You should be able to obtain all this information from your web designer.
Open the page you want to edit
Once you provide the server details, navigate to the Helen's Website Editor main window and select the Open button: the application will scan the server and allow you to browse its content. To be able to actually edit a webpage, simply select the appropriate index.html file.
Edit text, insert images, create hyperlinks and more
In the Helen's Website Editor main window you can preview the webpage design and quickly replace the text content: the app comes with a WYSIWYG editor. You can add data by simply copying and pasting items from other applications.
Furthermore, you can easily insert images by using the “Picture” button, or create hyperlinks by using the “Link” button: select the target text and then provide the web or email address. In addition, if you navigate to the “Insert” main menu, you can create tables, headings, bullet points, paragraphs, and more.
User friendly web editor
Helen's Website Editor is a great tool to have around if you want to quickly edit the content of your website without having to deal with technical details or HTML code. All you have to do is make the necessary adjustments in a WYSIWYG editor and Helen's Website Editor takes care of saving the results to the server.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on April 3rd, 2014
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- Adds Description to meta data tab (editable and saveable)
- Adds autoDetect for style sheet (this can be problematic if the http root and ftp root don't match, in this case manual entry is recommended)
- Other small improvements
Application descriptionHelen's Website Editor is a Mac app that will prove useful if you've had a website made for you and want to make small...