Rage Software has released a maintenance update for WebDesign, bringing it to version 1.7. WebDesign is a Mac based Web development tool designed for creating Web sites by visual means. The update ships with an improved preview feature and other enhancements. According to Rage Software:
Rage Software announced today, the immediate availability of WebDesign 1.7. A major update to the fully featured web development application for Mac OS and Mac OS X.
WebDesign is a unique Macintosh Web development tool offering many features not found in standard HTML editors. WebDesign allows you to visually create HTML elements including forms and image maps and insert them into your document.
New in WebDesign 1.7:
WebDesign 1.7 adds the ability to show line numbers in each document window as well as an improved preview feature which uses Appleis HTMLRenderingLib to preview your HTML documents within WebDesign.
It also adds an Open Web Site... menu item allowing you to select your web site folder and have your Web pages listed in WebDesignis file browser. Other new features include a iReplace and Find Nexti menu item and a slightly redesigned toolbar.
WebDesign 1.7 also fixes a number of minor issues found in previous versions including a problem with the iFind Nexti and iReplace Nexti menu items not functioning properly as well as saving files in OS 9. Full release notes can be found in the downloaded archive.
You can find more information about the WebDesign update at the Rage Software Web site. WebDesign 1.7 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$29.95.