EverWeb 2.6 | 54.31 MB
With EverWeb, anyone can create a professional website just by dragging and dropping. Use one of the built-in templates, or start completely from scratch and design the perfect website for your business or personal hobby. Add text, photos, video, widgets, and more to easily create the website you want.
EverWeb even creates mobile websites that look great on iPhones and iPads and includes powerful features such as: drop-down menus, social media integration, built-in SEO, Google Fonts support and so much more.
Publish your website online using EverWeb’s one-click publishing solution or publish to your own web hosting provider.
Note: Now requires OS X 10.9 or later running on a 64-bit Intel processor
EverWeb is now 64-Bit which means it can handle even larger websites and perform faster in almost all aspects
Enhanced Preview provides an exact local preview of what you will expect when you publish your website. Widgets that had issues when previewing now preview correctly
RSS caching makes RSS feeds work faster and more reliably on all web hosting platforms and work 100% with EverWeb + Hosting
Facebook Page Timeline widget
Live Photos widget lets you add Live Photos from you iPhone to your website
Rename menu in File menu lets you rename your website, blog posts, pages and assets
Website URL field when Publishing to Folder
Control+Click can be used on objects in the Editor Window
Revised EverWeb User Manual
Character spacing field in the Inspector tab now works properly
Opacity settings and animation settings work properly when used together on a shape
Fixed a crash that could happen when working on multiple projects
Spelling mistake in the German version of EverWeb
Fixed a bug with animations and the latest version of Chrome
Email messages from the Advanced Contact Form are encoded properly for non-latin based languages so Chinese, Japanese, Russian etc… messages will display properly
Email messages from Advanced Contact Form are less likely to be flagged as spam
Fixed an issue with FTP publishing when not using FTP over SSL/TLS to publish
Fonts used in Contact Form Advanced Widget now display correctly when previewed or published with Firefox