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File Extension WEB

The file extension WEB is associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include Xara, Crossdown, and BlackWidow. WEB files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.

If the WEB file extension is related to Xara, the file is categorized as a web file type that contains vector graphics templates and pages which have been optimized for the Internet. Once the file is created with Xara, it can be uploaded to a web server using FTP (File Transfer Protocol). WEB files can be created using Xara Designer, Web Designer, or Photo and Graphic Designer, which are Xara graphics applications that provide versatile illustration tools.

WEB files that are part of Crossdown are a web file type which contains data that provides a way to offer interactive crossword puzzles on a website. Crossdown is a development software application created by Crossdown which provides a set of tools for creating interactive crossword puzzles to use in the online environment.

If the file extension WEB is created with BlackWidow, the file is a miscellaneous file type that contains profile data of a website’s structure. The content can include incoming and external links, data structure, multimedia components, Flash applications, Java, and other types of website components. BlackWidow is a software application created by SoftByte Labs which provides a way to scan a website to create its profile structure.

How to Open WEB Files

If the file extension WEB is created with Zara, you can open the file using MAGIX Xara Designer Pro 7, Xara Web Designer MX 8, or Xara Photo and Graphic Designer 2013. All three applications are available as a 30-day free trial and as a paid download on the MAGIX website. Xara software applications are designed for use with the Windows operating system version XP and later.

WEB files which are associated with Zara can also be converted to an image format such as JPG or GIF for use with a broader range of image editing applications. There are multiple image conversion programs available as a free download on websites such as CNET, Softpedia, and Softonic which will convert WEB files for you.

You can also use an online resource such as Zamzar which will perform free file conversion for you as long as the content is not copyright protected. Simply log onto the Zamzar website, browse for the WEB file, choose a new format, enter your email address, and click on Convert. Within minutes you will receive the newly converted file in your email inbox.

If the file extension WEB is associated with BlackWidow, the file can be opened using the BlackWidow v6 software scanning tool. BlackWidow can be obtained as a free trial on the SoftByte Labs website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system version XP and later.