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Your one stop shop for all your website needs. We offer exclusive HTML and Javascript Source Code, that will make any website more interactive. Our Banner Rotator, Free News Feed, Quote Boxes and Slide Presentation apps are all demonstrated on this site. For the best in Digital Delivery System, we recommend "Linklok" by Vibralogix. The Digital Delivery System is written in PHP and works with Paypal, 2Checkout and ClickBank. You can sell Software, eBooks and Subscriptions with no transaction fees other than from the credit card acceptor. Be sure to check out our new additions, "Advanced JavaScript Code", "eBook Template", "Scrollers" and "Menus".

Our eBook Template will make ebook publishing an easy task. You can make ebooks as fast as you can write.

Welcome to the exotic world of eBooks and digital delivery. We hope you enjoy our eBook Template that is written in html, css and javascript. This eBook maker will demonstrate how easy it is to share your knowledge without the high cost of hard copy publishing. When you write eBooks you can use hyperlinks, to expand your knowledge base, employ viral marketing technique and make your eBooks interactive through the World Wide Web. Our eBook creator allows any html, css or javascript code. You can input images, hyperlinks, tables, audio ⁄ video ... A finished eBook can be displayed as an html document on the internet or on the desktop. It can also be compiled into an .exe file for easier downloading and to display with eBook Directories.

We would like to introduce the exotic features, of our html eBook, in our free demo. Click the link below to download our free eBook Template Demo.

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