Apple's iWeb and MobileMe hosting are being canceled, so here is an option for people who have used these applications and services to create personal blogs.
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Apple's iWeb is no longer in development, so iWeb users may eventually need to look for another design option. Adobe's new "Muse" program may be the answer.
Apple's iCloud introduction looms over the continuation of some of Apple's lesser known MobileMe services.
Apple's big investment in the cloud may mean the end of life for one of its early Web products. An e-mail exchange suggests that the company's iWeb software is going kaput.
With many users upgrading Snow Leopard over the last week, several also took the opportunity to upgrade their iLife and iWork suites by purchasing the Snow Leopard Box Set, which includes the OS and the latest versions of the two software packages.
iWeb offers Mac users an easy way to build their own Web site from scratch and post it for all the world to enjoy. Though iWeb's built-in tools are formidable, you can greatly expand its scope by using HTML Snippets and a little coding from popular Web sites like PayPal.
For any Mac users who take advantage of iWeb for their website publishing needs, editing offline and keeping your Web site active online can be a bit tricky. A couple Apple Support Community members have combined to come up with some good practices of doing just that.