JavaScript Editor Gives New Life to Old Websites in Tough Economic Times

Adelaide, Australia (PressExposure) February 26, 2009 -- In todays crippling economic downturn, many business owners are turning to the Internet as an inexpensive, far-reaching marketing platform for their services, and cutting on costs by doing their own web design.

They are facing a problem, though: creating static web sites with visual web editors is easy enough, but brochure-ware does little to entice visitors to do business with them.

As it turns out, it is not hard to give your site a quantum-leap boost by adding interactivity to it, form processing, multilevel menu, e-Commerce, multimedia, and purpose-built widgets. JavaScript Editor by, a nifty tool used both by first-timers and seasoned web professionals, makes all this - and much more - exceptionally easy.

Version 10 of JavaScript Editor comes with step-by-step hands-on tutorials and copy-and-paste examples, making it a breeze to master JavaScript from basic to advanced concepts, and use it for your web pages and JavaScript-powered stand-alone applications. Additionally, your word processor, spreadsheet and other top applications often use JavaScript as a main way of customizing and extending their functionality.

"JavaScript Editor is a major improvement over the older methods of editing, testing and debugging JavaScript. The web-effects tools really made my web site notice!" says Randy Stackhouse of MySignup, a member of the fast-growing base of JavaScript Editor users.

JavaScript Editor is so easy to use because it is fully integrated - you create, edit, run, test, beautify, reformat and debug your designs, and switch with one click between writing code and the visual web design. Many use the Editor simply to add freely-available third-party JavaScript solutions to their site. Professionals use it to rapidly design sophisticated JavaScript applications from scratch. However, the feature most coveted by the users, as reported in a recent poll conducted by, is the ability to effortlessly turn any piece of code into a template, with or without properties, and use the template over and over again whenever needed.

If you have a website, or you are considering creating one, check out JavaScript Editor at:

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Press Release Submitted On: February 26, 2009 at 4:20 am
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