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Namo WebEditor Users

Namo WebEditor Users

Namo WebEditor Users

Hi! I'm a former Dreamweaver user who has recently switched to Namo WebEditor. I am so impressed with this program!!! It seems to have all the major elements from Dreamweaver that I loved, and then some, for a fraction of the price. If you are looking for a good web editor at a great price, you will definitely want to give Namo WebEditor a try! The URL for the program is http://www.namo.com . For those of you who already use WebEditor, you already know what a great program it is. Speaking of which, how many of you out there use this program? I'd love to see some postings from other WebEditor users!


RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Hi Kalliopy,

Thanks for providing the link to this place. I too really have come to appreciate Namo WebEditor. It has been almost 3 years since I first tried this relatively unknown application. I had tried out several of the more popular Web Editors, e.g., Dreamweaver, MS Frontpage, and several more that were recommended to me by others. But these were either far too expensive or they lacked the features I was hoping to find. With some, the learning curve was just too steep for me at the time and I got frustrated trying to learn how to do the most basic functions.

Since I have been using Namo WebEditor, I have never regretted buying it. IMHO it has more "bang for the buck" than anything on the market. And it writes very clean code to boot... The support has been far better than average. And the company seems to listen to input from users in making improvements and additions to upgraded versions. Nope, I don't work for Namo Inc. either.. just one very satisfied customer.


RE: Namo WebEditor Users

namo web5 is avaliable for beta testing. check it out at http://www.namo.com

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Hello Namo-fans!
Hi Kalliopy!

I added a link to this forum on my homepage, where I have some pages about namo webeditor and also a namo-forum in german language. If you like to get some more information about namo webeditor or namo users in germany you may visit my place at www.familie-wischnewski.de/themen/computer/namo

Greetings to all namo webeditor fans


RE: Namo WebEditor Users

New version of Namo WebEditor was released.
Try 45-day trial version at http://www.namo.com/download/.

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Namo Fans!

I am an avid Namo Web Editor Fan now, i have to admit that i unistalled my Dreamweaver UltraDev 4. 3.  Namo offers powerful web editing on any level from just starting out to professional.  It has an exccelent interface and it is set up so that anything you are looking for is readily available and easy to find.  I recommend this software to anyone and everyone interested in web development.

Thufir Subnet

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Hi.  I have been trying to access www.namo.com for the past week and the site does not come up.  Is Namo, God forbid, now out of business?  I love WebEditor 5 and was looking forward to version 6.

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Good news!  Namo's web site is alive and well.  Apparently it was down for a considerable amount of time.  So glad we have not lost this valuable resource.

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

hi, i seem to be experiencing problems with namo webeditor 3, when i upload,  everything but the images come up ? . All that comes up is the out line of the image and a little red cross. does ne one know why this is. I have been trying to fix it for ages.
thnkyou so much


RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Hi all,

I just wanted to add my two cents. I have used DW4 and FP2002 (and earlier versions of both), but I am nt a web developer by trade.

I recently upgraded from WebEditor 4.x to version 5.5.

It took me about 40% less time to do in WE 5.5, what I had previously done in FrontPage 2002, and without those nasty FP server extensions.

I paid $42 USD to download the upgrade (they sent me a free bkup CD), and my initial purchase of WE 4 was about $80 USD.
That's about $122 USD. FP 2002 is about $129 USD, and DW MX
is one arm and one leg plus a thumb (just kidding).

Bottom line: WE 5.5 does what I need it to, and in many cases, much easier and faster. The script manager helped me build a pop-up, for my guest book, in a few seconds. In FP or DW you build in from scratch or pasted code(if you have it).

All in all, WebEditor is pretty slick, reasonably priced, has a loyal user group, and it does the job.

Good luck to you!

All the best,

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

You guys surprise me.  I have known Namo for some years and it is true that Namo has some neat features, but I wasn't excited about it.  It used to produce nasty html code that I had to clean them up manually.  Of course that was more than two years ago.  Tell me more about it that I might give it a chance.

One OS to rule them all, One OS to find them,
One OS to bring them all... And in the GPL free them.

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

Namo 6.0 is going to be comming out very soon..

One very cool feature that it will have that i have heard about is that you can create a forum in this program.... There are several other things that were listed but just wait again Namo 6 will pass up competition..

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

I’m new to the web site creation. I purchased and played around with  5.5. I have now got  Number 6. It’s good stuff. The question I have:
I have had several people tell me, “don’t use frames, it’s old technology use tables”.  
It seems to me that frames are a too valuable a tool to ignore. Is this another thing that I don’t have a grasp on?
Thanks for your input.

RE: Namo WebEditor Users

sjanes999, if you are serious about website creation,
use XHTML/CSS combination.
This is the future.

People want to find your website with search engines and your frames will hinder it.  And table hacks are no good either.
Complex or deeply nested tables create overhead in terms of size and speed.  Complex tables can be difficult to manage, especially across web teams.  And tables of this nature are often inaccessible to those with visual or mobility-related impairments.

Idea behind of HTML/CSS is that separation of content and presentation.  Separate document structure and style.

I recommend to get "Cascading Style Sheets: The Designer's Edge" by Molly E. Holzschlag from Sybex Inc.
ISBN: 0-7821-4184-6


One OS to rule them all, One OS to find them,
One OS to bring them all... And in the GPL free them.

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