If you’re interested in test-driving a beta copy of WebsiteCompressor 3.0, the newest version of the tool for streamlining HTML code generated by WYSIWYG-HTML editor applications, the folks at Blue Line Studios want to hear from you.
Blue Line says these editor applications add lots of characters to format or comment HTML code they generate. This unnecessary data, although ignored by the browser applications, still has to be transferred between servers. WebsiteCompressor’s job is to analyze the code and carefully remove superfluous characters. The app also features image converting/recompressing capabilities, including batch converting of image files from various formats to JPEG.
System requirements are any Power Mac with 8MB of available RAM. Mac operating systems 7 through 9 are supported, as is the Classic environment of Mac OS X. Alas, WebsiteCompressor hasn’t been Carbonized. But if you’d like to beta test version 3.0,
contact the developer.