RADpage is best suited to component editing tasks. If you already have a favorite HTML or WYSIWYG editing tool that you've grown accustomed to, you can and should certainly continue using it to layout your pages. Once the layout work has been done though, you should use RADpage to add functionality. With many WYSIWYG editors you can change the layout anytime leaving components in tact.
RADpage can run on your local machine or on the main server. Normally you'd develop your pages locally and then upload them to the server, but if you just want to add three or four components to your Web site (e.g. a discussion group and guest book) it is very convenient to be able to work directly on pages that have already been placed on a server.
If you are running large databases from a server, server-based editing allows you to avoid the time-consuming hassle of creating and copying local databases for test purposes. If you have a high speed intranet connection, server-based editing avoids any problems associated with file uploading.
The following pages Editing Tutor , Creating Pages, and Editing Tables are a tutorial in using the RADpage application builder. Afterwards special topics are addressed : Components & HTML, WYSIWYG Editing and Layout Editing.
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