PineHill Products has released SiteToolkit 1.5, a set of Webmaster tools for both the traditional Mac operating system and Mac OS X.
SiteToolkit can optimize the HTML for a selected Web page, resulting in faster Internet loading times. It can also generate and add customized META tags to every Web on a site, then upload it to a site, all without leaving the application. Plus, SiteToolkit will submit your Web site to over 40 search engines, the gang at PineHill said.
Version 1.5 lets you save your Web site submission information. It has added AppleScript support for automatically submitting a site. There’s a “skip search engine” option and the interface and user manual have been revamped.
SiteToolkit requires a Power Mac running Mac OS 8 or later (including Mac OS X) and at least 4 MB of available RAM. It costs US $15.95 if you download the demo at the
PineHill Products Web site, then register it. You can also purchase a SiteToolkit Bundle for $29.95, which includes a SiteToolkit license, printed manual, and CD-ROM.
Last week, PineHill released
CreativePage 2.6, an update to its Web creation tool. The update added Mac OS X compatibility and AppleScript support.
And earlier in April, the company updated its FinalWord text editor (which can read Windows/DOS files) to version 2.0. The update adds Mac OS X compatibility, crash protection, the ability to remove forwarded quotes, a Text Info window, Font Setup and Preview features, the ability to send a file as e-mail, and an overhauled spell checker. PineHill also makes MacCoder, a simple source code editor for the C and C++ programming language on the Mac, and FileTopia, a multi-use file utility.