Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 5:33 AM (in response to Don Clemente)
Don ~ Welcome to the Support Communities. Consider the free Weebly. Since it's browser-based, you'll be able to update your site from any modern Mac or PC. Weebly's net promoter score — an industry calculation of how likely users are to recommend a service to others — is an unusually high 80%. (Source)
You can get an idea of Weebly's capabilities by looking at their featured sites.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 6:07 AM (in response to Don Clemente)
Firstly, did you not think to do a search of this forum before posting? If you had, you would have found literally hundreds of topics on alternative packages to iWeb. It is discussed on an almost daily basis!
If you still wanted to use iWeb you could. Do you still have your installation discs from your old Mac? If so and if it had iWeb on it, then you can still install it from those discs.
Your other alternative is to purchase from Amazon - look for either iLife 11 or iLife 09, both of which contain iWeb 09.
The other alternatives to look at depending on what you want could be RapidWeaver, Sandvox, Freeway Express/Pro and Flux 4. Most have free month long trials that you can download and try before you buy. Also take a look at something called Quck and Easy Website Builder.
There is also a new app being developed called the EasyWebApp that was supposed to be being unveiled at the end of January.
Along with those there are also online alternatives such as http://www.wix.com and then you have Content Management Systems (CMS's) such as Drupal and Joomla.
You have lots of alternatives, so you now need to search these forums and do your own research into which alternative is going to be best for you.