When it comes to the development of Web pages and Web sites, designers want something just like graphic software. Designers like to design visually. Unfortunately the tools that allow you to design Web pages visually will typically create bloated (or even outdated) code.
The best way to create optimized Web pages is to use a code editor. While it isn’t as visual as designers may want, it will create pages that work better. A good code editor will provide help so that it is easier to create the code for attractive pages.
Having a good understanding of the building blocks of Web design (HTML and CSS) is extremely important for designers. Yes, it is one more thing you need to learn. It is just too important for you to at least have a basic understanding!
One of the features I really like is the search and replace. Sure, you can do it on a single page and I use that quite often. Even better is to apply it to a whole folder of files. Just a couple of days ago I modified more than 1000 pages in about 15 minutes. Most of that time it was WeBuilder zipping through on the changes I requested.
For those who want WYSIWYG, there is a preview screen and even a split screen view that allows you to see the code and the result at once. Even die-hard coders like to look at the results to make sure they are getting exactly what they want.
Make sure to download the trial version and give it a try. It is fully functional for thirty days. If you truly put it to use during the trial, I think you’ll soon see WeBuilder 2014 is a very powerful tool.