You can tell MacWorld has started as we'll see a glut of new Mac software made available through the week. We don't host a great deal of Mac software on vnunet.com - although this will change during 2008 - but we do feature some of the very best and well designed tools. You may not have noticed that there are far fewer commercial web design tools than there used to be back in, say, 2001. Since Adobe took over Macromedia, they've all but dropped GoLive. On the Mac you also have Dreamweaver, but as it's a computer aimed at 'creatives' (so PC users would argue), there are far more web design tools.
Freeway 5 has been released as a public beta and ships with host of new features. You can add funky CSS-based drop down menus to your website as well as dropping in Google-based modules on to any page. There are also a number of pre-written dynamic scripts you can add to your pages.
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