XPublish 1.0 candidate (XML website publishing system on Mac)

terje at in-progress.com terje at in-progress.com
Thu Feb 19 08:14:56 GMT 1998

XPublish (read: "CrossPublish") is a complete Macintosh XML based website
publishing system that automatically generates HTML websites from XML

The application is currently under finetuning to verify that it follows the
final XML 1.0 specification. We now solicit feedback from XML savvy, and
offer a solid pre-release discount (in addition to our appreciation) for
those that take the time to check out the application and report eventual

You are invited to download the candidate of XPublish 1.0 from:


XPublish supports efficient development and maintainance of websites with
XML. The built-in Cascading StyleSheets designer fosters a consistent look
& feel of the sites. The application's capabilities includes to render XML
into HTML with markup-emulated style sheet for older browsers that doesn't
support CSS, facilitating faster deployment of XML among webmasters and
demonstrating the processing power of XPublish. The distribution comes with
a tutorial that gives HTML authors a gentle introduction to XML markup.

Subscribe to the XPublish mailing list to receive updated information about
XML, XPublish and website publishing with XML. Send the subscription
request to <xpublish-request at in-progress.com> included your name and email
address to join the mailing list.

-- Terje <Terje at in-progress.com> | Media Design in*Progress

   C a s c a d e... a comprehensive Cascading Style Sheets editor for Mac
   XPublish - for efficient website publishing with XML
   Make your Web Site a Social Place with Interaction!

   Check out our web tools at <http://interaction.in-progress.com>

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