iWeb to RapidWeaver...
Getting you started with your
transition from iWeb to RapidWeaver.
How to switch from iWeb to RapidWeaver
Building websites with RapidWeaver is not the same as building websites with iWeb. If you are switching to RapidWeaver, or considering it, then you probably already know that. They are completely different applications with different workflows and learning curves -- but RapidWeaver Classroom is here to help!
If you want to take advantage of all the great RapidWeaver features, its hundreds of themes and incredible plugins, but want to keep your website similar to how it looks in iWeb, then keep reading!
This page is a resource for taking your iWeb-created site and placing it into RapidWeaver, while keeping the workflow as familiar as possible while you learn the in's and out's of RapidWeaver. Once you have your site moved to RapidWeaver, you can use RapidWeaver Classroom's Curriculum to start exploring all of its features and extendability and grow your site from there!
A series of video tutorials will be provided below to help you get started with the transition from iWeb to RapidWeaver.
Ready to get started?
As mentioned, this iWeb to RapidWeaver class will get you going with RapidWeaver using methods that keep things as familiar as possible. Coming from iWeb, too much change right away can be intimidating, so we will ease you in with a familiar way of building your website.
You will need the following:
RapidWeaver, in combination with the Blocks plugin, will provide you with the "drag & drop" method of web design that you are accustomed to using. However, Blocks isn't the only plugin option that offers a lot of flexibility. Stacks is the "latest and greatest" plugin for RapidWeaver, so download demos of both and see which your prefer.
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