Edit anywhere: update sites from the web browser.
Easy to use: knowledge of programming or writing HTML are not necessary.
True separation of style and content: change the look and feel of a site without touching any of the content.
Interactive: build interactive applications like polls and message boards with a few clicks of the mouse.
Delegation of duties: designate specific users
to control specific parts of the site, while limiting access to other
parts of the site.
Extensible: developers, or Plain Black staff, can build plug-ins for WebGUI to make it do exactly
what is needed.
Constant improvements: be able to take advantage of all of the new features that
are added to WebGUI month after month with little or no effort.
Fast: the server does not have to do any processing of the code. It simply sends the files to the browser.
Low tech: no special server software or client software is needed to create a site.
Completely extensible: when combined with other server-side
services, can provide applications built specifically to prescribed