RapidWeaver 3.6 Launches with New Features and Updates

Today, Realmac Software unveiled the latest iteration of RapidWeaver, their robust WYSIWYG platform that expertly bridges the functionality gap between iWeb and Dreamweaver. The release of version 3.6 introduces a plethora of enhancements including:

  • Theme Styles – allowing for easy customization without the need for HTML or CSS, unless desired

  • Six brand new themes

  • Snippets – a tool for managing reusable code segments to avoid repetitive typing or copying and pasting

  • An overhauled Flash Slideshow that now integrates with Flickr to source images

  • An enhanced blogging module that supports tags and inline comments

  • Simplified list creation

  • Enhanced publishing details

  • And many other features

In response to the growing popularity of RapidWeaver, Realmac Software also launched a revamped website today.

It features an extensive add-ons section where users can explore additional themes, plugins, and snippets. This update also provides a centralized community platform for third-party developers to showcase their contributions to the RapidWeaver ecosystem.

Given the extensive upgrades, Realmac Software has decided to make version 3.6 a paid update.

Existing users, including those who acquired it through MacHeist, are eligible to upgrade to v3.6 for $25, while new users can obtain a full license for $49. Interested parties are encouraged to visit the updated Realmac Software website to download a demo and explore the new features of RapidWeaver.

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