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Posted 11 May 2002

ZULU Website Assembler

, 11 May 2002
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ZULU is a simple tool to create websites with navigation - using excel.

Sample Image - zulu1.gif

ZULU creates Websites using Structure, Layout and Content. Lets compare it with a Content Management System (CMS). The CMS run on the Server, but ZULU runs as a preprocessing step on the client. Using Excel! You will be surprised - it is extremely powerful!

The Structure of the Website is maintained in a Excel 2000 Worksheet. Compare it with the screen shot above!

The Content is maintained in simple HTML-pages.

The Layout is stored in an HTML-template page. The assembler looks for ZULU-Tags and inserts content and navigation. This is the ZULU-Tag for the content:


Pressing a button in Excel starts the assembling of the Website.

It's really cool! We have provided you a complete Sample-Site at

If you have problems understanding German: Don't worry, I can't speak zulu too. But if you ask me, I may translate it.


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Hans Maerki
Web Developer
Switzerland Switzerland
Software Engineer since 1986.

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GeneralCool, but English please Pin
naveed14-May-02 8:35
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