RapidWeaver is a next-generation Web design application to help you easily create professional-looking Web sites in minutes. No knowledge of complex code is required, RapidWeaver will take care of all that for you. RapidWeaver produces valid XHTML- and CSS-based websites.
One of the perks about using RapidWeaver is that it has a strong custom theme community. You can download themes and edit them from within RapidWeaver and the result is a pretty slick-looking website that takes very little effort.
RapidWeaver also has a lot of custom plug-ins. Some of them make it easier to edit images directly in RapidWeaver. Others make creating a site map a matter of a few clicks. The supportive community that surrounds RapidWeaver is really what makes this great app superior to other WYSIWYG website creation tools. Be sure to check out YourHead.com for some little tools to help spice up your website in RapidWeaver.
- Improved preview speed, preview status now displays at the bottom of the sidebar
- Fixed an issue where RapidWeaver would sometimes crash on export/publish
- Re-written Theme Browser for improved performace and relaibility
- Fixed an issue where right-clicking in the sidebar would cause a crash
- Potential fix for a crash when closing a document
- Removed Autosave support as it's causing more problems than it should be. Boo!
- Fixed a super bad bug that caused data loss within the blog plugin
- Fixed an index "out of bounds" error that would sometimes appear on export
- Other under the hood improvements and memory management changes
- Pressing Done in the Advanced Settings sheet no longer causes a crash
- Potential fix for reported issues when saving and closing a document too quickly
- Fixed an issue with the %banner_path% macro outputting incorrect resource paths
- Fixed an issue where RapidWeaver would re-upload all resources on every publish
- Fixed an issue where editing the "prefix" area in the sidebar would cause a crash
- Fixed an issue where RW would upload all blog pages if the blog was the index page
- Fixed an issue where the blog categories would sometimes not be exported
- Fixed an issue where the wrong URL would be used for CSS files on the Blog Archive page
- Fixed an issue where the advanced settings sheet wouldn't hide
- Fixed a crash that would happen when opening a document with a missing theme while the Add Page menu is being shown
- Fixed some layout issue with the page inspector
- Plenty of other under-the-hood refinements and fixes I'm not going to bore you with today.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor