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iWebSites allows iWeb users to create distinct websites that are independent of each other, instead of in one giant file (which iWeb does automatically). Furthermore, these independent websites can be published to separate folders for independent uploading with an FTP program.
  • Allows users to create "blank" websites for use in iWeb
  • Allows users to set a default website to use when iWeb opens
  • Allows users to delete and duplicate iWeb site files
  • Allows users to merge two iWeb sites together
  • Allows users to drag/drop or copy/paste ".sites" or ".sites.zip" files
What's New
Version 2.4 beta:
  • Fixed a problem whereby the incorrect site would load in iWeb.
  • Disabled the "Merge" button for iWeb 1.1
  • Clarified the "Upgrade to iWeb '08" function
  • Added the "File-->Upgrade to iWeb '08" menu for French localization.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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iWebSites User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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CPa reviewed on 08 Mar 2012
Dead links :-(
[Version 2.4b]


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Imamacuser commented on 11 Dec 2009
I wish I would have read these responses before I lost ALL MY DOMAINS! NOW WHAT? I thought it was all going along just swimmingly and now when I open iWeb it says things are missing and my sites are empty. Just before I was to merge the sites I was going to back-up to Time Machine but didn't have a dedicated hard drive and put off backing up anything...Soooooo, No Domains later......Any help in recovering my sites would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance to one and all.
[Version 2.4b]


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garyi commented on 16 Apr 2008
Does not work for me, any new sites just opens to the one I had going before.
[Version 2.4b]

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Cocoadrillo Software (developer) replied on 18 Apr 2008
Yes, it seems that there is still a problem for some users. It normally works if you double-click on the site name _twice_, and you close iWeb between each click.
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thomas_u reviewed on 16 Apr 2008
works reliably; does what it is made for; no glitches.

2.3 - OSX 10.5.2, G4 PPC
[Version 2.4b]


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+2
kerrala commented on 17 Aug 2007
Confused.

In iWeb it has a "New Site" command. When I collect this new site I can do so to another folder.

Don't understand this "one large file comment"
[Version 2.2a]


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A J Benamu commented on 13 Aug 2007
I downloaded and launched and It told me to upgrade to iWeb ยด08 version and crashed...
[Version 2.2a]


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+9

AspartameMSGsuck reviewed on 08 Dec 2006
Have been using this application for many months now and am very happy with it...

Can only recommend it!
[Version 2.1b2]


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dontforgetmario reviewed on 17 Oct 2006
so far it does exactly what is says in the can. Very easy to use and most important, it makes my life a whole bit easier, and that all for a small donation...

Respect to the comment below: before trying new applications BACKUP your sensible data to protect yourself from those unconfortable situations, just an advise.

cheers
Mario

iWeb 1.1.2
Tiger 10.4.8 (Spanish)
Powerbook G4 1.33 GHz
[Version 1.1]


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+3

cavanaughphoto reviewed on 08 Jun 2006
Great stuff! This little app makes up for a huge shortcoming in iWeb. I have two iWebsites. one that I upload to my .Mac account and one that I upload to another hosting provider. Uploading both sites to .Mac seemed to be so redundant and was frustrating. iWebsites lets me put my sites where I want. Thanks for such a great app!
[Version 1.1]


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+7

S p l a t ! reviewed on 27 May 2006
just for up the rating...

im using iWebSites in several ways and I believe its NOT A BAD APPLICATION...
developers deserves our appreciation and respect!
[Version 1.1]


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charleswilliam had trouble on 12 Feb 2012
hi guys,
for some reason i can't download iWebSites application on my mac. am doing something wrong? please let me know. thanks
[Version 2.4b]


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texasstar7 had trouble on 18 Aug 2007
We just downloaded the software and ran it and now all my four iWeb sites are completely gone!!! We've never had this kind of thing happen and we've been using iWeb and helper applications for three years to maintain four different domains. The application opened and gave the option of new site. Confused, we closed the application and relaunched iWeb to find all our domains gone. What happened?
[Version 2.2]

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Cocoadrillo Software (developer) replied on 18 Aug 2007
Hi there -- I am sorry to hear of your troubles. Please email me at tofer@mistergregg.com and I can help you troubleshoot the problem. It should be a simple fix, and I doubt your websites are gone.
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Superadam25 replied on 19 Aug 2007
This seems to work as it advertises. Since iWeb came out in 2006 and it's 2007 now, I don't think that you could have been using it for 3 years.
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ben_marko had trouble on 14 Oct 2006
This would be a great little piece of software if it weren't for the fact that once you split a domain file, you can't merge the two parts back together again. One would think this sort of functionality would be included with this sort of application, but the developer seems to have left it out(?). Not sure why - it has now left me unable to publish my family's site at all, as my original backup of my domain file causes iWeb to crash when I try to load it (on two different Macs).

I would recommend steering away from this application until such a feeature was included.
[Version 1.1]


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+5
squigles had trouble on 08 May 2006
DO NOT USE THIS SOFTWARE

Deleted the link for my site in iweb the DEFAULT is never restored once you change it be very aware before you attempt to use this software !!
[Version 1.0]

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Cocoadrillo Software (developer) replied on 08 May 2006
Hi there -- I am the developer of iWebSites, and I am very sorry the program has deleted your site. I don't know why that would happen, unless iWeb was running when you used iWebSites (although iWebSites does warn you if this is the case). You may wish to check in the trash to see if your site is there. Please e-mail me directly at tofer@mistergregg.com and I can see what might be able to be done about it.
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Date:15 Apr 2008
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iWebSites allows iWeb users to create distinct websites that are independent of each other, instead of in one giant file (which iWeb does automatically). Furthermore, these independent websites can be published to separate folders for independent uploading with an FTP program.
  • Allows users to create "blank" websites for use in iWeb
  • Allows users to set a default website to use when iWeb opens
  • Allows users to delete and duplicate iWeb site files
  • Allows users to merge two iWeb sites together
  • Allows users to drag/drop or copy/paste ".sites" or ".sites.zip" files to the finder or to an e-mail program.


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