Skip to Main Content

Edit Web Pages on the Fly with Easy WebContent

Posted on 12.18.2007
Easy WebContent is aiming to thoroughly simplify the process of editing your Web pages. Designed as a system for the small- and medium-size Web businesses, Easy WebContent allows just about anyone - from those with some design knowledge to those with none at all - to start editing their site within minutes, make changes and have them take hold live. Enter your Web page (static HTTP pages only) and the system immediately recognizes and prepares the site for editing.

The tool boasts more than 70 editing features, from meta tag editing, redirects and image management to designing and implementing forms and adding new pages to your site. The system is entirely Web-based and is a true WYSIWYG editor, and Director of Operations Payman Taei says that new features are continually being added. One such feature will be an easier interface to edit images - currently a series of buttons to rotate, crop and resize images are needed rather than a simple mouse action. But if you don't like what you see after a change, the system holds 10-15 backups at all times, or unlimited backups with the professional version. "Our goal is to make this the #1 editing tool out there," says Taei.

There are two versions of the service available. The standard version runs $9.95 per month, and the professional version is $17.95 per month - a nice alternative for companies not wanting to pay an hourly rate to an outside designer. There are no setup fees or long-term contracts required. There is also a reseller program available for those interested in offering the service to their clients.

While catering to the non-design professionals, the system is robust but can look a bit daunting at first. But Taei claims that current users are not experiencing problems. There is a support team and tutorial available.

Easy WebContent offers a free 7-day trial and video tutorial.
Today's Top Picks for Our Readers:
Recommended by Recommended by NetLine

Leave Your Comment

Login to Comment

Become a Member

Not already a part of our community?
Sign up to participate in the discussion. It's free and quick.

Sign Up


Leave a comment
    Load more comments
    New code