Do you have a web page? If it's a small home page stating your views on recent local events, showing off your cat's pedigree coat or displaying explicit pictures of yourself on a corporate barbecue, it was quite probably composed in a WYSIWYG web editor. Of course, this is an easy and quick way to create web pages or even the whole websites, yet this approach has quite a few drawbacks. For example, most visual web editors generate horrible-looking, clumsy and voluminous code, which results in bulky web pages that are slow to load. If you care about your website traffic, try HTML Compressor to reduce the size of your webpages. HTML Compressor is a compact tool that lets you reduce HTML pages' sizes by a considerable degree (some 20% on average) in just a few steps. It batch compresses pages so what you have to do is choose the pages from your hard drive and hit the button - the rest will be done by the program itself.