[For immediate release]
October 17, 2001–Blue Line Studios today released version 3 of their web
content optimizer “WebsiteCompressor”.

Fixes and additional features:
– Drag&Drop full support: entire folder drops on main window will now be
– JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets code will be handled more carefully.
– Image compression oddity when running in 8-bit monitor mode has been
– Drops under OS X Classic environment will no longer freeze the OS.

This update is free to registered users.

WebsiteCompressor is a tool to streamline HTML code generated by
WYSIWYG-HTML editor applications. Most of them add lots of characters to
format or comment HTML code they generate. These unnecessary data, although
ignored by the browser applications, has still to be transferred between
servers. WebsiteCompressor will analyze the code and carefully remove
superfluous chars.

The app also features image converting/recompressing capabilities,
including batch converting of image files from various formats to JPEG.

System requirements are any PowerMac (including iMac/iBook; G3/G4), 8 MB of
available RAM (16MB recommended), and system 7 through 9. MacOS X Classic

The app in Demo mode can be used for 30 days before it expires.

WebsiteCompressor’s home page is at

Download area at

Screenshots at

Support section at

Press material at

Contact: Daniel C. Kueng

Hueningerst 18
CH-4056 Basel

Phone: ++41 61 322 5355
Fax: ++41 61 322 5355
E-Mail: studio@blueline-studios.com
Web: www.blueline-studios.com