January 29, 2013 in Web Design
[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - RAGE Software is proud to announce they will be demoing EasyWeb, their all new iWeb replacement web builder, at Macworld 2013 in the Appalooza section (Kiosk 45). iWeb, Apple's popular drag and drop web design software, was discontinued in 2012, leaving many iWeb websites in limbo. RAGE Software's new website builder takes iWeb's ease of use and adds modern new features users expect on their websites.
EasyWeb features professional templates, drag and drop website design, one-click publishing, drop down menus, social networking, search engine optimization features, and much more.
"iWeb was great for personal websites; it was very easy for anyone to use. Apple left thousands of users looking for an alternative solution when they stopped development. Now with EasyWeb you get the drag and drop simplicity of iWeb with enhanced features for better looking websites. I'm extremely excited to build my website with EasyWeb!", said Daniel Byrne, a beta tester of EasyWeb.
The EasyWeb discussion starts on its Facebook page, link below.
Users attending Macworld will be able to get a sneak peak at EasyWeb before it's released to the general public. More details including pricing and availability will be announced shortly after the Macworld show.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, RAGE Software was founded in 1999, and is a leader in web development and web promotional software for Mac OS X. RAGE Software provides all the essential tools to design professional websites, attract more website visitors, and increase search engine rankings. In addition, RAGE Software offers free search engine optimization (SEO) and web design tutorials specifically targeted to Mac OS X web developers. Copyright (C) 1999-2013 RAGE Software All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.