If you're not picky about design and just want to get a Web site up with text, pictures, and a navigation bar, PersonalWebKit can do the job quickly. You choose one of PersonalWebKit's attractive page templates, then fill in the details using the extremely spare (and frankly unattractive) tabbed interface. The program supplies a standard set of text-editing features, including outlining and bulleting. Just don't expect to do any direct HTML editing--that's definitely not PersonalWebKit's forte. Adding links is very simple. You even can link some parts of the text with PDF, DOC, or media files, which the program automatically uploads to your Web host along with your site. There's also a function for building picture galleries, and extensive help makes the program even more beginner-friendly. The demo now allows you to access all the program's features for the purpose of building one Web site. That's enough to show that PersonalWebKit produces tidy, attractive, and functional results, which is all its target audience really needs to know.