Can you tell me if RapidWeaver creates editable with a text editor HTML? Because every other front end I have looked at competes for the crapola creator award (current holder is creating a web page in MS word).<br><br>I write all my web sites in BBedit. It is how I learned one weekend in 1994. I like being able to go in and charge a word or a number very quickly from any Mac I am sitting in front of.<br><br>If you have to use RapidWeaver to edit your web page it is useless for me. I cannot rely on a company existing in the future for the ability to edit a page in the future.<br><br><br><br><br>(__*__)
man, i need some webzine or blogger to come along and provide the details on the battle between Rapidweaver, iWeb, Contribute (if it's even an option -- i just know i have it), and Sandvox. I have no clue how they compare.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
Apparently you can trick iWeb into not displaying that annoying screen by going into .Mac prefs in System Preferences and putting in any old username/password. I haven't tried it, but it supposedly works.<br><br>
That's a crock. iWeb works just as well without .Mac. The .Mac-only features are server side features. You can't expect iWeb to know about your third party server features. If you do, then it should cost more money.<br><br><br>
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Hit counters - meh. If you have to have one, it's easily set up through sites like statcounter.com<br><br>Password protection - set up easily on most servers - iPowerweb through their control panel<br><br>Slideshows - I'm neutral on these - if they're the fade in/fade out kind, that's cool - but I won't lose sleep over not having the feature on my site...<br><br><br><br>
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