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WebAcappella Reviews

4.6.7
03 December 2014

Versatile WYSIWYG HTML generator.

ylluminate
11 December 2013

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Seems like EverWeb has this one trumped both in feature set and price. Anyone able to make an objective comparison?
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Version 4.4.14.0

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Rochade
02 December 2014
Well, I haven't tested WA but there seems to be a problem with many so called "easy drag and drop no coding website creation" tools: it outputs a lot of code, too much code. And most of them also have a problem with positioning elements. When I looked at the examples I found that almost every single element on the page is positioned absolute in pixels. Far away from the flexibility and the way todays websites should work. But maybe I am wrong and the examples I looked at are just made by beginners and you have the flexibility to create your own code based, flexible, responsive design with WA - but I couldn't find this information on their website.
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Version 4.6.6.0
RikWallin
26 July 2014
I've used RapidWeaver, iWeb, Sandvox and to me this is truly better and far easier to work with.
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Version 4.4.14.0
ylluminate
11 December 2013
Seems like EverWeb has this one trumped both in feature set and price. Anyone able to make an objective comparison?
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Version 4.4.14.0
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
03 December 2014
I'd like to see that as well. EW has an active user forum that is second to none, as well as great widgets that help add options to your site.
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Bdkennedy1
11 December 2013
No phone number, no address, no money from me.
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Version 4.4.14.0
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MacUpdate-Nick
MacUpdate-Nick
11 December 2013
You may want to check here: http://www.intuisphere.com/about.html
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entger
24 June 2013
WebAcappella is on the one hand easy to use and on the other hand powerfull, as well. What I really like about it is - in addition to the usability - the freedom during the whole design process (you aren't bound to templates). I could place every object where you want it to be. Moreover, I am always fascinated by the range of possibilites you have with WebAcappella. For example the usage of templates, HTML elements, (dynamic) frames, multilingual support, ... all these functionalities are integrated very well and they could be used without any coding. For me it's one of the best WYSIWYG web-editors.
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Version 4.3.45.0