EverWeb
EverWeb
3.0.6

5.0

EverWeb free download for Mac

EverWeb

3.0.6
25 September 2019

Drag-and-drop website builder.

Overview

With EverWeb, anyone can create a professional website just by dragging and dropping. Use one of the built-in templates, or start completely from scratch and design the perfect website for your business or personal hobby. Add text, photos, video, widgets, and more to easily create the website you want.

EverWeb even creates mobile websites that look great on iPhones and iPads and includes powerful features such as: drop-down menus, social media integration, built-in SEO, Google Fonts support and so much more.

Publish your website online using EverWeb's one-click publishing solution or publish to your own web hosting provider.

What's new in EverWeb

Version 3.0.6:
Fixed:
  • Issues with entering and publishing tab characters in text boxes
  • A possible crash when deleting a bunch of Assets at once
  • Issues with Contact Forms not sending or displaying the sent message
  • A possible crash when resizing images with image frames

48 EverWeb Reviews

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swamis
04 February 2015

Most helpful

I started designing my 47 page website a couple of months ago using Everweb. I found Everweb to be the easiest, most logical website builder for Macs on the market. I started off with a blank page and created the entire site without a template. I recommended it to a friend that found it easy to work with, as well. Not only was the site easy to build, the support team is always quick to respond with answers to my questions. I highly recommend Everweb to anyone interested in designing a website.
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Version 1.7.3
smcabnet
02 October 2019
EverWeb took my old website made on iWeb and made it over since Apple was no longer supporting it. They did a great job, timely and price was fair. I had to make a lot of additions and minor adjustments and their support was there every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to use them.
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Version 3.0.6
member-5
23 August 2019
I have used Everweb for years now, and have been impressed with its features and versioning. Numerous upgrades to several editions exist, and you don't need to always go with the latest edition only, such as with apps from the Apple Mac Store. What's particularly great is the scalability. As a beginner, you start out with one site of only a few pages, and have your website published and running on the first day. The templates make it super easy to not only create the pages, but they instantly look great, aesthetic, and professional! As a web programmer, you easily add extensions, by adding and embedding your own HTML and more industry standards, such as php, including Dynamic HTML for variable content, such as dynamic contents tables. Everweb is a great allrounder and finalizer tool, easy for beginners, and extensible for web programmers. Start your engine and take off with your own website!
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Version 2.9.1
chrisc
11 March 2019
I'm a refugee from the now abandonware Sandvox, researching likely replacements. The three most likely candidates appear to be EverWeb, Sparkle, and blocs. I read through all the comments posted here and I was struck by the diversity of opinion. Clearly, a lot of people love EverWeb, but there are some strikingly nasty reviews. I suspect that those nasty reviews come from two sources. The first is the angry customer. Some people get angry over the oddest things, and then they post "revenge reviews" that attack the product for every conceivable sin. Some angry customers are so mean-spirited that they post multiple nasty reviews using sock puppets. These are most readily identified by the repetition of a single uncommon statement. On this page, the people claiming that the positive reviews are posted by the developer are probably just one person using sock puppets. Another common source of dissatisfaction is the techie-geek reaction to a product for civilians. EverWeb is obviously a product for nonprofessionals. It has less power than, say, Adobe Dreamweaver, but lacks the steep learning curve. These techie-geeks are the same people who insisted that MS-DOS was superior to GUI user interfaces. I have never understood why these people have to pee all over products for nonprofessionals. I've been programming for fifty years now, and I have forgotten more technical information than these kids know. I respect the tough trade-offs that a developer must make in juggling accessibility against power. Sadly, beginners accord far too much credence to professionals, and end up struggling with the most gawd-awfully inappropriate applications. That's how Windows ended up with a bigger user base than Mac. We're seeing the same thing going on here: professionals demeaning products meant for nonprofessionals. As an old pro with a lot more experience than those young pros, I urge readers to ignore the mud hurled by the young pros; they're just trying to show off how smart they are. If you're a non-professional, then you want to stay away from the professional products. RapidWeaver is definitely NOT for non-professionals; I messed with it for a few years and then decided that I didn't have enough time in my life to dedicate myself to becoming a RapidWeaver expert. Yes, I've been using HTML and CSS for many years, but learning those languages is really only worthwhile if you use them at least once a week. EverWeb appears to be the entry-level website builder. Lord knows we need one, and I worry when I see comments from the developer promising to add new features upon customer request. This is the path to software perdition. Every new design as a clear underlying vision reflected in its architecture. It's clean and simple. But then the developer starts getting requests from users and makes the fatal mistake of complying with those requests. The problem is, once you've put in a new feature, you can never remove it without provoking a storm of protest. So be very, very careful about the features you add! The worst mistake is to toss in some new feature with a simple design hack. The new feature doesn't align nicely with the original vision of the software, but it isn't too hard to bolt on to the existing framework, so what the hell-- the developer bolts it on. It's like sticking some external pipes onto a jet engine to give it a new feature. Sure, it works, but it ruins the aerodynamics of the engine. Over the decades I have seen so much software ruined by creeping featuritis. The history of MacWrite evolving into Mac Pages is a beautiful example. Sure, MacWrite needed to evolve, but along the way it picked up too many features and Mac Pages is now something of a design mess. Anyway, Paul, I urge you to go back to square one, and begin every design meeting with an opening prayer: "Remember, it's ENTRY-LEVEL!!!!" Don't add features one by one; compile feature requests and, when the pile is big enough, sit down with the design team and work out a complete redesign that conforms to the core competitive advantage ("ENTRY LEVEL!!!") and fits everything together. Evaluate every feature request in terms of what game designers call the "color to dirt ratio" -- the amount of power the feature adds compared to additional steepness of the learning curve. I conclude this lengthy screed with an appropriately fogey-ish "Harrumph!"
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Version 2.9.1
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Rage Software
Rage Software
12 March 2019
Hi Chris,

Thank you for the detailed feedback and advice. You are absolutely correct in your analysis. It is very difficult to balance features vs ease of use.

One way we have overcome this is by offering EverWeb Widgets (or add-ons) that add functionality to the software without bloating it. Users can choose which Widgets to install and use.

EverWeb now has hundreds of add-ons, many free, that can be installed, removed and organized easily under the Widgets tab.

Nevertheless, your review is correct and we must balance all feedback with the target user of EverWeb.

We work very hard to offer the right features, video and text tutorials, 24/7 customer support etc...

Thank you again for your feedback and your analysis.

Paul @ EverWeb
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chrisc
chrisc
12 March 2019
I'm definitely encouraged by the responsiveness you have demonstrated here and elsewhere and the design philosophy you espouse. One of the most important "features" of any software is the company behind it.
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GianMarco-Tavazzani
GianMarco-Tavazzani
30 June 2019
GREAT review, Crisc, no way!
I was moved to the tears when I read your crystal-clear opinion about what happened with MacWrite (as full-time Mac-only user by 1984...) and wasn't Excel 1.0.3 not the acmé of Excel, once linked the sheets? Wasn't Apple Works not THE TOP for 'the rest of us'? And what happened to iWeb? God only knows... :-(
I regret to haven't got your point when you state that:
"That's how Windows ended up with a bigger user base than Mac"
Now back to the projecting philosophy and my 'old man opinion' about it: when a product works, DON'T TOUCH IT besides you have to correct a mistake! IF you have some new concepts in mind to implement, then START A NEW PROJECT from scratch, COMPLETELY rethought, without any 'copy-paste': you will end up with a slimmer, quicker, simpler, lighter and more powerful 'jet engine'! DON'T LOOK BACK: FLY!!! What you will invent will come out harmonically, coherent, like by instinct!
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Michaelsill
05 March 2019
Really leaves one cold in terms of creativity. I also hate having to rent software and face constant upgrade charges.
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Version 2.9
2 answer(s)
Rage Software
Rage Software
06 March 2019
HI Michaelsill,

Thank you for your feedback.

"Really leaves one cold in terms of creativity. "

Can you explain further? EverWeb lets you completely design your website without ANY limitations at all in terms of where you place objects on the page. You are free to design a page however you like or use one of our close to 200 free templates.

" I also hate having to rent software and face constant upgrade charges. "

EverWeb isn't rented. When you purchase it, you own it for life. You get one year of free upgrades and support along with your purchase but you never lose access to the versions you paid for.

We release updates constantly with new features and enhancements. You can decide if the features are worth the upgrade price or not and continue using the version you purchased forever.

The software is not "rented"

I hope this helps, and please let me know if you have additional feedback!

Thanks,
Paul @ EverWeb
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as-27
as-27
05 May 2019
I am not sure why you're trying to disparage this product when what you say isn't even true. If you're going to leave reviews, be as objective as possible.
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SaviersW4309
25 February 2019
The website states 'The leading website builder for macOS'. Really? What an arrogance of the developer! Any proof of this bold statement? Anyhow, this tool has a terrible UI design that reacts very slowly and works sluggish in general. It looks like an 10 year old OSX app too.

Also you can only create simple websites. It's extremely limited. For example decent dynamic websites are out of the question for sure. I'm pretty sure a 'leading website builder' would do much more and way better. Better try tools like Blocs or Rapidweaver.

On a side note: most reviews here are fake and written by de dev himself. Just see the same pattern and writing style.

EDIT: just found out - this app is coded in basic. Slow and usually used by 'developers' who can't really code.
Nuf said .. avoid.
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Version 2.9
2 answer(s)
Rage Software
Rage Software
03 March 2019
Hi,.

I am sorry for the issues you experienced with EverWeb

EverWeb can be used to design any kind of website including blogs, eCommerce stores or anything else that you would like.

We will even be releasing database driven, dynamic widgets and add-on soon..

We use EverWeb everyday to create our own website and many others without any usability issues. Since EverWeb has an extensive add-on community, if you use many different add-on son a single page it may affect performance somewhat just as it does with other development tools like WordPress. There are hundreds of add-ons available for EverWeb.

Blocs and RapidWeaver are not the same as EverWeb in that they don't provide full design freedom, completely integrated one-click publishing without server setup or FTP details, and depending on the software they don't provide built in blogging or ecommerce without additional add-ons (or even at all).

EverWeb is the only solution for Mac that provides complete design freedom, blogging, e-commerce, hundreds of third party add-ons, integrated website builder with a hosting platform, responsive website design, hundreds of free website templates, and everything you need to design, build and publish your website online.

Again, I am sorry to hear about your negative experience and if you have any specific suggestions, we are always open to feedback.

As for the reviews here, we ask our users to review EverWeb if they have a good experience with it to let others know.

We are a small team working really hard to create a really easy to use, drag and drop website builder that we constantly improve and add features to.

Also EverWeb isn't coded in "Basic".

Thank you,
The EverWeb Team

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as-27
as-27
05 May 2019
C'mon a lot of companies say this and it may not be technically true. It's not branded as a tool for developers so who cares? Why are you being such a hater? Most reviews are fake? What evidence can you provide that this statement is true?
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georgemurphy1114
19 November 2018
Excellent software, incredible support team.
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Version 2.8
K. Castillo
16 October 2018
Simple. Looks good. Friendly developers and support. Keep it up!
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Version 2.7.1
aviboz04
16 October 2018
The best app I've ever used. 5/5
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Version 2.7.1
skessler41
27 August 2018
Horrific software will not even upload update instead of doing the whole site this is more than a bug. This is just bad coding you should be ashamed of yourself for charging so much for it.blocs is way better alternative
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Version 2.7
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Paul-Ragesw
Paul-Ragesw
22 September 2018
Hi,

I am sorry to hear about the issue you had with the software.

However, the entire website is NOT uploaded every time you make an update.

Unless you change a master page (which is used by all pages on your site), or you update the navigation bar (add a page to the navigation bar, remove a page that was in the navigation bar, or edit the navigation bar text) will the whole site be published again because these changes cause a change on all pages.

If you experience this in other ways, please let us know. But we have been using EverWeb for a long time and only changes are published for us, unless we do one of the above.
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cigarmike1
02 April 2018
I’ve been using Everweb since it was first introduced and have enjoyed and been thoroughly impressed with their continuous software enhancements. The intuitive and innovative approach Everweb uses has allowed me to create professional and successful websites for a growing number of clients. The convenience of being able to register domains, host my websites AND create websites all in one place has been fantastic. The icing on the cake however, is their extraordinary 24/7 customer support. Their support team is knowledgeable, efficient and friendly. I have little true technical expertise and they solve everything I can throw at them. I can honestly say there is no company I’ve come across anywhere or in any business that does customer service and support better. Everweb has exceeded all my expectations since the beginning and I would recommend them with the highest regard. ~ Mike Pitkow, Pitkow Associates, Perkasie, PA, April, 2018
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Version 2.7
$79.95

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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