Download key generator for WebExe 1.61

WEBEXE converts a single HTML page, or group of pages, into one
single, self-running EXE file with an integrated browser. Using this
technology, manuals, product-catalogs, price lists, e-zines and so
much more, can easily be produced in a compact, easily viewed format.
For example, you can set the size of the browser window, the
appearance of the menu bars, restrict functionality, such as printing
and copying from your file, and much more besides.
Your output file creation is a simple process. Starting from a
single HTML file, all embedded graphics, sounds and linked pages are
compiled into one single file.
This way the complete collection, or website, is worked through
systematically with all files being collected and additionally
compressed using the ZIP algorithm.
Includes a detailed Help system and an electronic assistant, to
guide you through all stages, right up to the creation of your output
file, making WebExe an easy to use, enjoyable experience.
KEY FEATURES OF "WEBEXE":
� no additonally software necessary for starting the exe files
(independent from installed browsers)
� electronic assistant, who guides through all phases up to the
creation of the output file
� clear interface
� detailed help file
� beginning from a HTML-project's start page all linked files are
collected
� the output files support 10 languages: Englisch, German,
Spanish, Italian, French, Dutch, Esperanto, Portuguese, Afrikaans and
Swedish
� many possibilities to control the browser's attributes,
functionality, and behavior
� functions like copy, search, print or save can be disabled
� a password or expiry date can be set
� full-text search in the output files
� the exe files have a very small overhead (less than 340 KB)
� all files are compressed using the ZIP algorithm (reduces the
size up to 50%)
� all pages and images are directly loaded and displayed from
memory without temporarily storing them on disk
� the integrated browser supports most HTML 3.2 specifications,
many additional HTML 4 enhancements and various Cascading Style Sheet
(CSS) properties