WebDesign Update Brings Improved Remote Site Management

Rage Software has released an update for WebDesign, bringing it to version 1.9. WebDesign is a Mac based Web development tool designed for creating Web sites by visual means. The update ships with improved remote Web site management and other stability enhancements. According to Rage Software:

Rage Software today announced the immediate availability of WebDesign 1.9, a fully featured Web authoring package for the Mac OS and Mac OS X.

WebDesign Includes built in support for HTML 3.2, all versions of HTML 4, XHTML 1.0, PHP, Cascading Style Sheets, ASP and JavaScript. WebDesign allows HTML tags to be automatically generated using its built in wizards while allowing direct manipulation of source code through its powerful text editor.

New in WebDesign 1.9

Improved Web site management allows uploading entire Web site folders to remote Web servers. WebDesign 1.9 keeps track of recently modified documents and uploads only the required files to ensure your Web site is always up to date.

Use WebDesignis improved FTP Browser, which now supports uploading entire directories and drag and drop from the Finder and WebDesignis site manager, to manage your Web site remotely. WebDesignis FTP Browser now shows file size and modification dates within the file listing.

Other improvements include better Mac OS X support and WebDesign will now correctly remember window positions when a window is closed and re-opened. Stability has also been addressed in this update.

You can find more information about the WebDesign update at the Rage Software Web site. WebDesign 1.9 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$29.95.

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