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iWeb = lame ... need something better


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I don't know if I'm missing something, but iWeb seems totally beat. It will only let you publish sites to .mac, you can't save separate files as .htm,.html etc., you have to choose from templates, etc.

Does anybody have any suggestions on another program I can use to create a webpage. I have to design and implement a webpage for a water watch club at college. I know how to code or, if need be, learn it, but I want to do something where I have to do little code so I can push the page out quickly and efficiently.

Thanks in advance for your help guys! :mac:
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iWeb can be used to publish at non-.mac sites. But other options are Rapidweaver, or Sandvox.

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I use Rapidweaver. It has full iLife Support and publishes to FTP or anywhere else... http://www.realmacsoftware.com/rapidweaver/

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Rapidweaver's great, but as StretchR said, iWeb can output to a folder.

Once you have the folder, it's not that hard to edit the content with TextEdit to make small changes (like using JPEGs instead of PNGs, ugh).

Rapidweaver looks to be your best bet, though.

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Just download a trial of Rapidweaver and decide for yourself...

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I use Freeway from SoftPress.

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i really like dreamweaver, you can download a trial from the adobe site if you want to check that out as well....and yes iWeb can be used with sites other than .Mac accounts
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I hear TextEdit roxx.

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