New version of Rapidweaver

screenshot_1.jpgRapidweaver is an intuitive WYSIWYG editor only for Mac. You can use it to create your own blog and add podcasting, RSS or tags. At the same time, a simple structure means that you don’t have to go digging into code to get everything right. The latest version, 3.6.0, brought a lot of significant changes, among which a sleeker interface that will immediately attract basic users. Here’s what you can expect in this new release:

  • Customizable theme styles
  • Drag and drop snippets of code anywhere on your page
  • Flickr photo sharing
  • New transitions, background effects and Ken Burns effect
  • New upload client to view your files easily
  • Multiple tag and category support
  • 8 different list styles

In 3.6.0, it seems that the developer has made a real effort to simplify the whole interface and make it more attractive for beginners. We found it really easy to store and upload files and to customize any part of our blog, whether changing color, theme or adding effects. If you want to get into blogging, and want to have control over the design, Rapidweaver is a good place to start before getting closer to HTML or CSS.

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