No more confusing HTML syntax

Declarative Templating

Composing documents for publication on the Web is similar to other types of writing, but has a few extra requirements. At a minimum, authors should learn about hyperlink syntax, picture placement, accessibility compliance, and annotations. Once those are mastered, learning shortcuts for implicit semantax, formatting words, and advanced writing formalisms will be easy.


Wait, wait, I'm confused

After years of working with HTML, coders know that hyperlinks are specified using an href attribute and images are specified using a src attribute, but c'mon who remembers what to use for objects, forms, and blockquotes?


It's never been more convenient to be in compliance

Making your websites accessible to people with visual impairments is a necessary but time-consuming task.


Adding graynotes to your work

Graynotes are private annotations that you can add to your composition as you work in order to retain important thoughts for later.
annotations,terminal graynotes,remarks,replies,placeholders


No need to be explicit when it's obvious

BLUEPHRASE uses a new technology called symbolic endophrasing, which turns markup syntax inside-out. One of the key features of this smart technology is its ability to imply context.
implied semantic context,p,span,table,ul,ol

No more confusing HTML syntax

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