3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 14, 2012 10:22 PM by Ethmoid
Julian Pate Level 1 Level 1

Has anyone identified a good replacement for iWeb.  I want to re-design my website, but am a loss wether to try to redo with iWeb.


Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4)
Reply by Old Toad on Jul 13, 2012 7:17 PM Helpful

Do a search in this forum for "iWeb replacement" and you'll get many discussions about potential apps to replace iWeb.

 

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Reply by Alancito on Jul 14, 2012 1:07 AM Helpful

Julian ~ 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.

 

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  • Old Toad Level 10 Level 10
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    Do a search in this forum for "iWeb replacement" and you'll get many discussions about potential apps to replace iWeb.

     

    OT

  • Alancito Level 6 Level 6

    Julian ~ 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.

     

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  • Ethmoid Level 6 Level 6

    You can still re-design your site with iWeb.  It will still work.  It is an application on your Mac and if you have it you can still use it, but if you want an alternative, have a look at RapidWeaver, Sandvox, Freeway Pro/Exprress, Flux 4, Goldfish, PageSpinner, WordPress.org and .com, Drupal and Joomla.

     

    All of the above are good alternatives and you can download free trials too. WordPress, Drupal and Joomla are all content management systems and you need a host/server where you need to install and run these from rather than being individual web design programmes.