RapidWeaver 7.5.5 | Mac OS X | 86 MB.
Thanks to its WYSIWYG editor Rapidweaver is one of the best options when creating web pages without knowing HTML and CSS language.
Before going into details, I would like to clarify that this application is, what it can do and whom it is addressed. As I said earlier, Rapidweaver is an intermediate solution for creating web pages, so you have to offer an advanced tools accessible. To do this rather than using the HTML code, Rapidweaver has a “WYSIWYG” editor or what is the same, “What you see is what you get” (What you see is what you get). Thus, anyone who knows handled freely by Pages, Numbers or Keynote (or their equivalents Office) can create your own website. And thanks to extensions that have created some developers can create dynamic websites and even blogs.
As expected after the arrival of Yosemite, Rapidweaver 6 features a new design. As in most applications that have adapted so far to OS X 10.10, Realmac has chosen to maintain the same structure as in the previous version and apply a layer of paint on top. Thus we find a version Rapidweaver without being radically different (something that users appreciate so far) conveys a completely different feeling.