“It hasn’t been a great year for iWeb users,” Adam Berenstain reports for Macworld. “Apple’s lone Web design app wasn’t updated with the release of iLife ’11, and future versions—much less a successor—are in doubt”
“Even if iWeb’s prospects are as bad as they seem, there’s more to creating websites on the Mac than just one program,” Berenstain reports. “Whether you’re looking for an easy-to-use iWeb replacement or a more sophisticated program with more powerful features for you and your site’s visitors, a host of applications is available for every skill level and budget.”
Berenstain reports, “Here are some of the highlights and how current iWeb users could find them useful.”
Read more in the full article – in which Berenstain covers Dreamweaver CS5, Freeway 5 Pro, Hype, MacFlux 3, Muse, RapidWeaver, Sandvox 2.1.6, WordPress 3.0, and iWeb ’09 – here.