Blue Line Studios has updated their Web content optimizer, WebsiteCompressor, to version 3.0.
WebsiteCompressor is a tool to streamline HTML code generated by WYSIWYG-HTML editors. Many WYSIWYG-HTML editors add characters to the HTML code they generate. Some of this data is unnecessary, and adds to the size of the document. WebsiteCompressor analyzes the code and removes unnecessary characters, usually reducing the files up to 30 percent, according to the developer.
MacTech magazine, an image compression oddity when running in 8-bit monitor mode has been fixed and drops under OS X Classic environment will no longer freeze the OS.
System requirements are any Power Mac (including iMac/iBook; G3/G4), 8MB of available RAM (16MB is recommended), and Mac OS 7 through 9. WebsiteCompressor isn’t Carbonized, but can run under the Classic environment. You can
download the product, or a demo version, online. This update is free to registered users.