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  • Deyano Level 1 (35 points)

    Gang - after testing numerous options I am currently using Snappages. Their support is excellent. It has potential and the developers seem to listen well to users. I still think iWeb is actually the best option out there (for folks like myself- not professional web designers). It's ease of use is not replicated anywhere else.


    In my search I was shocked at how much bad software/website builders are out there!


    I have high hopes that Apple will one day get back in the game!


    Good luck all-

  • salty777 Level 3 (540 points)

    Thanks for the heads up, Deyano.... another option. But I don't get that site..... I'm missing something! Are they webhosts too, or is it just the design software? I watched the "tour" but it didn't mention anything about getting your site to a host....


    If it's just the design software, it's a bit pricey, and I really am not comfortable with "renting" software, especially at $8 per month (or $30 for "developer"). Seems to be a bit of a trend!!

  • Ethmoid Level 6 (11,045 points)

    No.  This includes the publishing of the site too and you need to watch out for things like this as they can make it a little more expensive, but yes, it should include hosting.

  • Deyano Level 1 (35 points)

    Yes Salty- includes hosting. I have been very impressed by their support- over weekends and IM. It takes a little while to get used to but IMO is the easiest of the online website builders to use and has some pretty cool features..

  • salty777 Level 3 (540 points)

    Deyano... it certainly looks better than the free site builders on iPage (the host I'm now using). If those figures include decent hosting then maybe it's not a bad deal.

  • Brad Wieland Level 1 (15 points)

    Hey Deyano,


    For what it's worth, did you ever check out From an aesthetic perspective, their templates look pretty nice. I've known a few people who have used it and liked it, but I don't personally have much experience with it. $10/month I think...




  • Roddy Level 6 (17,265 points)

    The only drag and drop software around that is competitive with iWeb pricewise is this one...



    Good hosting with all the facilities you would need is available for about a dollar a week...



    If you are happy with iWeb, there's no reason why you shouldn't keep using it until a suitable replacement appears on the market. See this page for info about using iWeb with the latest version of OS X...


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