Support Dropped: I've dropped support for this portable app. There were several issues I was unable to resolve, but if you'd like, you can take it over.
Description: PageBreeze Free HTML Editor is an award-winning HTML Editor which has both visual (WYSIWYG) and HTML tag/source modes. PageBreeze Free HTML Editor's design emphasizes simplicity and ease-of-use. You'll find that you'll be creating great looking websites almost instantly--with virtually no learning curve!
Download PageBreeze Portable Development Test 1
4.22 MB Download, 14.1 MB Installed
PageBreeze Free HTML Editor is completely free for personal, not-for-profit, or educational use. There are no limitations, no nag screens, no required registration, and the software will never expire . If you use PageBreeze in your job, or in a for-profit business for non-evaluation purposes, you must obtain an inexpensive license for PageBreeze Professional , which includes several more advanced features.
You may distribute the PageBreeze Free HTML Editor installation file in any way you wish, as long as you make no modifications to it. You are welcome to give PageBreeze to your customers or include it with other products (for example, a web hosting account), as long as you do not sell the software separately.
July 4, 2010: Initial Release
The windows installer thing may popup on some computers every time you want to run PageBreeze. Read this to figure out how to solve that problem.
The original "Welcome to PageBreeze page does'nt come up on the first time. If you want to see it, navitgate the sidepanel to "PageBreezePortable\Sample Website\index.html" and open it up. Be careful where you save the files because the default location is PageBreezePortable\the_name_of_your_webpage.htm. I set the installer to delete all that stuff when you exit out of it.
This was tests on a 32 bit PC. The installer for the original program (the non-portable version) "updates system configuration" by adding dll's and ocx's to system32. I had to "mimick" what the installer does with the launcher, so it may take some time to start up. I don't know how this will affect 64-bit OS's because I never tried it on a 64 bit OS. If you want to try it, I'd greatly appreciate it, but try running it in a virtual machine because I don't wanna mess up your computer.