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If you have large documents on your site (incl. books), and you don’t want to make them available as a separate download, you could have them displayed in a browser instead. FlexPaper is an open source web based document viewer that uses Flash. It is delivered both as a stand

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Content & WritingProductivity Tools

If you’d like to be able to type fast and be more productive as a result, try TypingWeb, a free online typing tutor and keyboarding tutorial for typists of all skill levels. Learn to type or improve your typing skills with their free comprehensive keyboarding lessons. The site offers lots

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Content & WritingFun StuffWeb Design, Development

Tell this random text generator by Matt Round on malevole to generate the number of paragraphs you need and it’ll spit out lines from old TV shows, what looks like show tune lyrics and some rhymes. Will your clients like this alternative to Lorem Ipsum? Not sure. Is it more

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Content & WritingWeb Design, Development

If you’re looking for a random text generator that lets you choose the type of text, number of words or characters, font-family, style, size and also lets you preview the text in the size column you choose, you may love the Blind Text Generator. Being able to format and preview

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Content & WritingWeb Design, Development

‘Lorem Ipsum’ is dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry and with the random text generator Lipsum you can create some for your website in progress. You can define the text by number of paragraphs, words, bytes and lists. You can also create dummy banners with it. Even though

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Content & WritingWeb Design, Development

Need plain text converted to HTML? You could manually add HTML tags to the text but the job is much easier, if you use Website101’s text to HTML converter tool. You just paste the original text and the output is ready to use HTML code for your website. You can

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