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Much of the talk about the World Wide Web these days concerns dynamic documents. Put simply, that's the capability to change the content of pages on the fly by drawing material from databases and other sources.
Foretelling this trend, FutureTense's Texture (see review, Intranet World, August 19, 1996, page IW/2) was separating form from content nearly a year ago.
Recently released, FutureTense Texture 1.1 offers an improved page-design module, plus a way to incrementally download finished pages and associated data. And a new utility automatically creates standard HTML from Texture layouts.
Texture 1.1, which runs on both Windows and Macintosh platforms, …