visualEdit 3.0 Web-Based Site Editor

Today we released visualEdit 3.0, our web-based web site editor. We are quite excited about this new version of visualEdit. A lot of work has gone into reconstructing the core of the product and making it easier to use than ever before.

One of the key features of visualEdit is the ability to edit multiple web sites. With our lite license you can edit a hundred sites! visualEdit supports editing sites via ftp/sftp connections AND editing the local server that visualEdit is installed on. This gives you complete flexibility and allows you to use visualEdit for all sorts of situations and clients.

visualEdit gives you all of the standard ftp / editing features you would expect BUT it also includes some other key items such as:

  • File Versioning
  • File Notes
  • Bookmarking files/folders you need to view/edit often
  • Ability to create client accounts where your clients can edit their own sites
  • Page templates
  • and more…

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  • Peter Chubbock


    I’ve just tried out the VisualEdit software by connecting to on of my sites to see how it works.

    The site is constructed using css.

    On editing the index page it stripped out all the css formating while viewing which was not so much a problem, the real problem I had was when the page was saved. The page was all over the place and going back to the original using the revision option did not put it back to the original state.

    If you would like to see the page it can be found at

    I really like the concept behind the software but I need to understand whether it is compatible with CSS, since we only build this way.

    Kind regards,


  • Hi Peter,

    CSS is supported, and should be included in the page while editing. Versioning system saves your old (unedited) copy of the file, so reverting should work properly…

    I would like to take a closer look at your issue, if you don’t mind. If that is OK with you, please submit a support ticket (or send an email to containing your password for “admin” user as well as the URL of your visualEdit install so I can login and take a look.

    Also, if available, please provide access to your server via FTP so we can check the issue that way too (in order to compare the differences).

    Thank you for using visualEdit.