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Editing websites right on the browser

By juanja ·
I have seen what seems to be a Java applet running in www.homestead.com that allows you to edit web pages from your website right on your browser, without downloadings, uploadings, or software installations of any kind. It is very robust, and allowsyou to do just about anything possible on the pages.

Can anyone tell me where to buy this applet?
or
Is there anyone that can make one for me?

Thank you in advance.

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Editing websites right on the browser

by bishopca In reply to Editing websites right on ...

When you use java the code is downloaded to your machine and then executed on your machine. By viewing the source code on the page (which is possible with both IE and Netscape) you get to see and or copy the java code. (In some cases the file is also downloaded into a file the a .js extention. Open the page and then do a search for *.js to see what you find on your mahine)

Point your browser to www.bookmarklets.com for some real cool free java that does some of what you are describing.If you study these examples you should be able to write your own code in short order. Its just a mtter of getting the syntax right.

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by juanja In reply to Editing websites right on ...

What I am looking for is a java applet that sits on the server. Thanks anyway.

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