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Hello!

What is the best direction for me take?
I have a MacBook and like the flexibility that iWeb provides where I can add pages, make changes to the content as I get settled in what I want my website to be and say.

However, as we know the limitations are shopping cart, email collection / direct newsletter connection, connectivity to social media.

How can I get myself set-up in a manner where I can have these things yet also keep some of the control.

Thank you!!
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There's a program called RapidWeaver for Macs that acts just like iWeb, but from what I've heard, it's a lot more mature and you can do a lot more with it. I've never used it personally, but you might want to try it out. I think there's a free trial.

RapidWeaver 4 - Powerful Web Design Software for Mac OS X

See if what you're looking for is possible in there.
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Rapidweaver's a very nice little program, but its not really like iWeb at all except that they are both template-driven.
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Thank you! I am also interested in hearing other options too.
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