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Fed up with iWeb's idiosyncrasies! What program accepts the FTP output file from iWeb with the least amount of work required?

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Jan 27, 2013 10:50 AM

Hi...

 

I have been a longtime user of iWeb and have learned many things about it the hard way. Now even after duplicating and saving my domain names constantly to external hard drives, downloading additional software such as iWebdrop and iWeb SEO, learning how to unhide files that shouldn't be hidden in the first place, and consistently finding the elusive domain files, I find myself, yet again, searching high and low for the updated domain that I spent two days doing a major rehaul on. I have proof that I wasn't dreaming as it's currently up on my website and I have the exported FTP file.

 

So after years of crying over lost iWeb domains I've decided it time to make the leap to different software.

 

I need something akin to iWeb as I'm not at all versed in HTML. My main goal is to minimize the amount of work by using the FTP files I exported last night.

 

I've read the recomendations here but just want a simple solution with no HTML coding needed.

 

Flux?

 

Thanks!

iWeb '08, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
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