Adobe PageMill 3.0
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PageMill was a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWY) Hypertext-Markup-Language (HTML) editor marketed and developed by Adobe Systems. After PageMill 3.0, it was discontinued in favor of GoLive.
Adobe acquired Ceneca which developed the original PageMill and SiteMill products. Adobe released PageMill 1.0 in 1995. It was considered revolutionary at the time, as it was the first HTML editor that was considered user-friendly, cited as the "PageMaker of the WWW". Adobe PageMill 2.0, released in 1997, with tables, frames, graphics, and support for form interfaces made it easy to lay out a page.
PageMill was often bundled with other products such as scanners or promotional CD-ROMs.
Adobe PageMill 3.0 was released in 1999. It supported embedded font commands and a site-management feature, user interface enhancements streamline, support for Java and ActiveX, enhanced frame features, live web browsing capabilities.
It was discontinued in February 2000, due to the acquisition and promotion of Adobe GoLive. A later patch fixed a problem with FTP upload.
Platform: Apple PowerPC processor 8Mb RAM 23Mb of available hard disk space
8-bit, 256 color display or greater
Mac OS System 7.5.5 or greater
Application Software (AS:) HTML Editor
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