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Google has released a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) web page authoring tool that requires no knowledge of HTML whatsoever, called Google Pages. Users can simply log in using their Gmail account if they have one, and begin creating a web page in seconds. The pages are hosted by Google at an address like "username.googlepages.com/home". The editor gives you a large array of different themes to base your page on, then acts much like an online word processor. In fact, editing pages truly is as easy as writing a document in Microsoft Word. Unfortunately, the pages that you can produce using Google Pages are very "Web 1.0" - there is nothing cool and Ajaxy or RSS-enabled about it. You get what you get - to make static web pages quickly, easily and for free.

Tags: freeware, google pages, GooglePages, web authoring, WebAuthoring

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