prowebWS - DirectEdit

Edit your contents directly on the webpage in the Web browser


Direct text editing in the Web browser

The "In-Browser Direct-Editing" is a piece of cake when it comes to update the contents of your website straight in the browser. This way you have the possibility to edit and update (go live) your contents without having the need to make any use of an extra CMS system. Therefore the desired content spots of your pages will be prepared and activated for your customised direct editing.

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No special Know-how needed

You don't have to learn to use a big CMS system and forso to get bothered by its ideosyncrasies only because you want to change a bit! Just type it in straight on the web page.

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Fast & easy

The direct editing lets you update the content directly on the web page. Just log-on, open the desired page in your web browser, update the content, save it (go live) and that's it!

Version speichern

Go live now or later

Either you publish your changes immediately (just one click and your content is online) or you save your changes in order to enhance the content and/or publish later.

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It's soo easy ...

Possibilities and features
  • Direct text editing in Web browser
  • Integrate images saved on your Web server
  • Upload of images
  • Set text links and attributes (bold)
  • Source editing (HTML)
  • Account based working
  • Password required
  • Direct publishing (GO LIVE)
  • Saving of version for later processing
  • High performance as no database is being used

Optionally applicable for every smaller website

As a result of the smart preparation of the web pages you can choose any content spot of the web page to be editable. This means that the effort to activate direct editing on your website is usually kept within limits demanding manageable costs. We are talking about smĪ±ll one-off costs. No license fees and/or maintenace costs!

If you like get in contact with me under the heading of "prowebWS".

What you don't get

You don't get a content management system (CMS) that allows you to organise fully the entire website. That is, for example, you can't create new pages, page sections, manage meta data or style sheets etc.