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  • 5.0 stars

    "Great For Easy Sites, But Not For Advanced Webmasters"

    October 30, 2011  |   By unc2000


    -Easy to use drag and drop interface
    -Very customizable
    -Import media with the Media Browser in iLife
    -Publish to FTP server or local folder (MobileMe is fading, so that is not good for hosting..)
    -Takes very little time to make with the various themes
    -No knowledge of HTML, Java, or CSS required.
    -Makes embedding/using gadgets very easy


    -Does not allow HTML editing; you must get a text editor, and revise after you publish the site
    -Can be fussy about opening a different Domain file than the one it usually uses
    -Sometimes loses items on the page when publishing
    -No drop-down menus


    If you don't like to work with code, this is the perfect site builder for you. It's intuitive interface, drag and drop gadgets, easy publishing, and ability to do a lot of customizing is great.

    However, it is not good for a professional design suite (obviously). It does not allow coding, which can get annoying.

    All in all, a GREAT product for people to use to create easy websites.

    The Bottom Line:
    Does exactly what it's supposed to do, but it would be great if it could do a bit more complex things.

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  • Reply by LFH11 on March 28, 2013

    Hi, Thank you for your review, I built my website using I web about two years ago one someone else computer. I now got a Mc book myself and need to update my website. I contacted Apple and they say that they don t do iweb anymore... What would you advise me to do? download i webfrom this website and do the modification or use another app like sandvox or rapid weaver?
    Thank you for your help

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