New visitor New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 18 Jul 03 12:49 I use Namo webe ditor V5 is there anybody out there? RE: New visitor pcfd (IS/IT--Management) 4 Sep 03 08:08 hi Alan working hard i hope, I also use Namo, version 5.5 is anyone else out there tell the world.cheersjim RE: New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 4 Sep 03 09:02 Hi Jim, glad you could drop in, are you finding the layout features much better? It still feels a lonely place here.RegardsAlan RE: New visitor koigal (Programmer) 1 Jan 04 12:06 Using Namo here in Central Texas! RE: New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 2 Jan 04 05:04 Glad you could drop in and you are very welcome for 2004. Are you experienced with Namo? must admit although I am learning slowly I am far from being an expert.RegardsAlan RE: New visitor koigal (Programmer) 5 Jan 04 10:02 I've beenusing it for about a year...neat little program..not without its little glitches, but what isn't. Good bang for the buck tho!Lately I've been playing with swish...have you tried it? RE: New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 5 Jan 04 11:43 Funny you should say about Swish I was looking at their site yesterday, which version did you download and what do you think of it? I am very tempted for the price. What glitches did you find with Namo, sometimes I don't know if it is a bug or just the 'nature of the beast' coming from a signmaking background web building is a very different discipline.Alan RE: New visitor koigal (Programmer) 6 Jan 04 15:07 The glitches are mostly little things like when you rename a file (esp a graphics file) and it is supposed to automatically update all links to that file...it doesn't catch all the links to that file so you have to be mindful of that and do due diligence in rechecking everything...no biggies. Or the "find orphan files"feature reports that graphics used in mouseovers are orphans when they aren't...annoying but not major.I've used the demo of swish max to create a few fun little things and so I'll be purchasing it...a whole lot cheaper than the alternatives...but not as powerful...but fairly easy to use...the templates they have for sale seem limited, but might be good as a starting point. I'll have to think about them..Find any other good tools lately? I'm looking for a good mailform cgi that isn't too expensive that can handle multi-page forms and not put a lot of garbage at the begining of each e-mail (like "this message received from....") Any help/pointers is much appreciated! RE: New visitor iampedro (MIS) 25 Feb 04 20:22 Hey Guys Namo 6 comes out Next Month... :) RE: New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 27 Feb 04 03:34 I'll be looking out for it, any ideas on pricing/upgrades?Alan RE: New visitor iampedro (MIS) 27 Feb 04 07:56 Well... They haven't offically announced the pricing yet but it probbly will be about the same deal $50 for the Electronic Download Upgrade. RE: New visitor iampedro (MIS) 27 Feb 04 07:59 My Guess is 4-17-04.. RE: New visitor iampedro (MIS) 27 Feb 04 08:15 Thank you for your e-mail of Feb. 27 about Namo WebEditor 6.0 Suite. We have a plan to release Namo WebEditor 6 Suite around the early of April 2004. We will announce it soon. Thanks SJ Namo Interactive Inc. RE: New visitor Brushman (TechnicalUser) (OP) 28 Feb 04 04:37 iampedro - do you have a connection to Namo? It is good when companies take an active part in places such as this.RegardsAlan RE: New visitor blichty (MIS) 12 Mar 04 16:08 I'm a newbie webmaster/developer and bought WebEditor 5.5 and think it is great thus far for my beginner status. However, I have one question that I'm hoping someone can anser:I want to have a few pages in my site to be in a "Members Only Area" requiring a login. How would I go about this in WebEditor? I have yet to be able to find any wizard, script, etc. that jumps out at me indicating how to set this up?Am I missing something here?Buddy RE: New visitor Sidnak (TechnicalUser) 4 Apr 04 11:23 I just read a couple of sites and it looks like the price will be about $99Should be out anytime now.