MacroHTML is an application that allows you to create static websites very easily. It does this by helping you in several ways: - generates html from easily readable text - allows you to define (and maintain) repeating sections of pages just once - link checker - makes sure that you have no missing links in your site - sitemap creator - manages the files in your project in an easy to navigate manner As a programmer, I found creating and looking after my website a tiring and tedious job - one that I'd usually avoid if possible. What I wanted was something that combined the ease of c/c++ '#include files' (for those repeating sections of the pages such as the header or footer and some menu items with a 'wiki' like syntax. I wanted to be able to define a hyperlink just by typing it in: [[]] rather than all that html stuff. To put images in just like this: {{mypicture.jpg}} And to define headings just like this ==Heading==. Of course I needed to be able to use HTML as well, because there was no point in implementing everything - just those things that I wanted most. See for an example. In short, MacroHTML is an HTML pre-processor and compiler thatgenerates html for static sites quickly and easily. Nested include files for repeating structures, tokenising/compiling, link checking etc. What it is not. MacroHTML is not a complex, expensive and sophisticated website generation tool. Because of this I cannot offer technical support (except for bug fixes) for people using it. However, the learning curve that it presents should be fairly easy to surmount if you have a reasonable technical understanding of what it's doing and computers in general.