RAGE Software Releases EverWeb; Alternative to Apple’s iWeb
Toronto, Canada – RAGE Software today is thrilled to announce the release of EverWeb, the fully featured website designer that builds on the ease of use of Apple’s discontinued iWeb website builder. EverWeb brings the familiar iWeb interface with new, modern features such as mobile websites, drop down menus, built in search engine optimization, image slideshows and much more.
Since Apple announced that iWeb would no longer be developed, users have been looking for something as easy to use with new features they need to build modern websites. EverWeb takes all the technical challenges out of designing a website, publishing it online, and attracting new visitors. Using modern HTML5 and CSS3, EverWeb websites are faster, leaner and compatible with all major desktop and mobile web browsers.
With EverWeb, you can use one of the professionally designed templates or start a website completely from scratch. Built in widgets let you add design shapes, social media integration, image galleries, image slideshows, contact forms and more. The built in HTML Snippet widget lets users add virtually anything to their EverWeb site.
Pricing and Availability:
EverWeb comes in two versions. A standalone version that can be used with any web hosting service and costs $79.95 USD. EverWeb can also be purchased with one-click publishing that includes the software, web hosting, and custom email addresses. EverWeb + One-click publishing starts at $99.95 USD.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, RAGE Software was founded in 1999, and is a leader in web development and web promotional software for Mac OS X. RAGE Software provides all the essential tools to design professional websites, attract more website visitors, and increase search engine rankings. In addition, RAGE Software offers free search engine optimization (SEO) and web design tutorials specifically targeted to OS X web developers. Copyright (C) 2013 RAGE Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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