The following table contains additional information about the features
to be evaluated.
**Note: some features were eventually removed from the final list of
||The application is available for ISC supported Mac and Windows platforms.
||The application reflects in the user interface what the end user will
see in the browser.
|Multiple browser support
||The application can interpret the proprietary HTML coding of the ISC
|Built-in text editor
||The application provides a text editor that allows users to edit the
|Life cycle/continued development
||The vendor has demonstrated over time and continues to demonstrate the
desire for continued development for both Macintosh and Windows platforms
of the application.
||The vendor provides an easy and accessible means of product support
communication including (but not limited to): technical support, support
contracts, phone number, and a web site.
The application supports basic formatting styles, e.g.: bold, italic,
The application provides an interface for setting image attributes,
ie. scaling, border, position, etc.
||The application provides an interface to embed a link in a page. User
can choose either a location relative to the file referencing it or a
link to a literal URL.
||The application provides an interface to embed a mailto: link in a page
(as a pre-defined option or "recipe")
||The application provides an interface to define individual targets within
the same page
The application provides an interface to insert meta tag content into
the HTML document.
||The application automatically separates in code the separate areas of
the document and allows modification independently of each other.
||The application provides an interface to create list styles, i.e.: bullet,
ordered, unordered, etc.
||The application provides an interface which sets text attributes
||The application provides an interface which generates a document title
tag for automatic inclusion.
||The application provides an interface to generate and set attributes
The application provides and interface from which a form can be built
and organized. Provides basic form elements and the ability to change
their attributes, e.g.: field size, grouping radio buttons so only one
may be chosen, etc.
||The application provides an interface to define a frameset and to handle
navigation between frames.
||The application provides an interface to define coordinates and create
links using an imagemap in HTML.
||The application has a built-in FTP client.
|| The application permits publishing using the HTTP Put protocol.
||The application enables the user to manage the site by providing site
mapping and revision control of documents. Revision control of documents
is defined as the ability to track changes made and who made the changes.
||User can define the degree to which the application automates coding.
||The application provides online interactive help.
||The application provides a printed or printable document.
||The application allows the user to add additional program components
as they become available; for example, java applet.
||The application is one that users find easy and desirable
|Links to other external applications
||The application allows the user to link to other external applications.
|Links to external text editors
||The application allows the user to link to other external text editors
besides its built-in editor.
||The application can be customized and changed to accept new Web standards;
for example, the user can define new tags that previously did not exist.
||The application allows file sharing.
|| The application has the potential to address issues on making web information
accessible to individuals with disablities. (This is an issue/requirment
that may become a federal law.)
|Easy to install and configure
||The application is easy to install and to configure.
not interfere with hand coded Java. May check for missing Java tags and
be extensible by third party products
||Does not interfere with other types of scripting and may be extensible
by third party products
||The application provides a WYSIWYG interface for adding Java applets.
|Server Side Includes
||The application provides a WYSIWYG interface to manage SSIs
|Cascading Style Sheets
||The application provides an interface and composing tools for CSS
||The application provides an interface to manage image rollovers
||The application provides language encoding scheme tags for languages
other than English
||The application provides information on how to perform DB integration
||The application Does not interfer with hand coded XML.
||The application allows user to enforce HTML 3.2 and 4.0 standards
||The application provides tools for checking compliance with accessibility