Easy Iweb Publisher seems easy to use - until you try to use it. First, it gives you no clues as to how to log in to your website - and at least with mine, there's one login system for editing and another for other stuff (and not knowing anything about how they work, that's WHY I wanted to use this soiftware!). Once I was finally able to get it configured, it asked me what I wanted to upload. Uhhh...why ask ME? I'm the one who doesn't know, remember? After an hour of aborted attempts I learn I'm not supposed to be uploading the folder called "site" (that would be too logical to have to explain, right?) but instead have to upload my whole folder iWeb created, along with all the folders in it. So that ground away for over an hour (it was a very simple site layout - I don't KNOW how to make it complicated) - and finally it was done - "successfully uploaded"!
And it doesn't work. Nothing - just a blank page. All the files are on the server just how Easy IWeb Published laid them out - but the site does not come up. So I deleted it all off the server and started...again.
Same results - nothing.
So I created a one-page, no pictures, all text site to try. It uploaded that successfully as well - and it doesn't work either.
I've talked to people using the same server, and they understand html-whatever and ftp this and that...and have no problems at all. They say it's a bulletproof server with no special requirements.
I guess except the one that causes "Easy" to upload stuff and cause it to not work.
I suppose you get what you pay for - but I'm not happy at wasting hours over two days messing around with this thing. Nonexistent help files, no response to inquiries....forget support - sure, it's free, but if it doiesn't work you darned well should offer support.
Back to square one and try to find another uploading program - hopefully one that works.
I'd give this thing a "minus" for the wasted time were it possible, especially since my questions remain unanswered. but maybe there are SO many questions from people with the same problem the guy (or company, whatever) has just given up.
Rating = worse than awful.