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InterAKT Releases AJAX-Powered Online HTML Editor, KTML 4.1.

Empowers Non-Technical Users To Manage Their Content Visually

InterAKT announces the release of the next-generation award-winning online HTML editor. KTML is a tool that empowers non-technical users to manage their content visually without having to know HTML code, by using new, pre-designed or personal added style sheets. They can easily and safely edit, publish and keep a professional look for their website content, setting new grounds for high productivity in web publishing. 

While there are many online HTML editors available, KTML distinguishes itself as being an excellent choice, including a tremendous list of revolutionary features:

-- Excellent Word compatibility ,  Amazing Online Image Editor,  XHTML 1.0 compliant code,  Incredible speed using advanced Ajax and Flash 8 techniques,  Multiple file or image uploading at once,  Intuitive Word-like interface,  Integrated Spellchecker,  Content Templates, Support for Flash, Mov and AVI files,  Compatible with Internet, explorer and Firefox,  Compatible with Windows, Mac (Firefox) and Linux

Featured as a Dreamweaver extension as well as a Visual Studio Control, KTML 4.1 is also very easy to integrate in many popular Content Management Systems by using it as a < textarea > replacement: Nukedit, Joomla, WordPress, Nucleus, Mambo, FarCry and Jahia. With Multilanguage support for 6 languages (English, Spanish, German, Dutch and partial for French and Danish), the online HTML editor is currently working on 5 different server-side platforms: PHP, ASP .NET (1.1 and 2.0), Cold Fusion, ASP and JSP.

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InterAKT announces the release of the AJAX-Enabledonline HTML editor, KTML 4.1.KTML is a tool that empowers non-technical users to manage their content visually without having to know HTML code, by using new, pre-designed or personal added style sheets.Its features include incredible speed using advanced AJAX and Flash 8 techniques.

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