iWebSites 2.4 beta
Copyright ©2008, Chris GreggVersion 2.4 beta (April 15, 2008)http://mistergregg.com/cocoadrillosoftware/
Introduction to Version 2.3
What's new in iWebSites:The Merge function has been fixed, but
only works with iWeb '08 sites
.If you want to merge iWeb '06 sites, please use iWebSites 2.2.
Introduction to Version 2.2
What's new in iWebSites:iWebSites has been updated to work with iWeb '08. In order to work withiWeb '08, iWebSites needs to upgrade your websites. This is a simpleprocess that is manually reversible (in case you want to revert to iWeb1.1). If you choose not to upgrade to iWeb '08, iWebSites 2.2 will still workwith iWeb 1.1, and if you eventually decide to upgrade to iWeb '08, youcan simply select "Upgrade files for iWeb '08" from the file menu iniWebSites.
Introduction to Version 2.1
What's new in iWebSites? Here are the basic updates:1. iWebSites now has the ability to merge two sites together. This is anextremely functional update, as there has been no way previously to movesites in and out of iWeb. Now, users have the ability to share web sitesand compile websites together. It was the most sought-after featurerequest, so I made it a priority.
Note: because of the amount of processing that goes into merging websites, it can be slow. Imerged two medium-sized sites together, and it took approximately10 minutes. Larger sites will merge, but be prepared to wait whileiWebSites does its thing.
2. Users have the ability to delete or duplicate multiple sites at a time.3. The interface has been enhanced, so you can now drill down and look atthe headings for each site in iWebSites. I haven't yet programmed amethod for dragging individual pages, but that may happen eventually (orApple will release a new version with this functionality!)
Introduction (from Version 1.0)
What is iWebSites? It is a program that enhances iWeb by manipulatingthe website files that iWeb creates to enable a user to create multiplewebsites that are completely independent of each other. iWeb 1.01shipped without this capability, but anyone who wants to use iWeb for morethan a single web site can benefit from iWebSites. This is especially truefor users who utilize File Transfer Prtocol, or
, (instead of .Mac) topublish their iWeb creations.iWeb really was not designed with the power user in mind, but it doesenable a user to quickly create beautiful web sites. With iWebSites,separate websites are kept independent of each other, and when sites are “published” to a directory (for uploading via FTP), only the site you arecurrently working on is published.