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Briefly: Strainer file renaming utility, Free iWeb themes

updated 06:00 pm EDT, Tue March 16, 2010

iWebTemplate offeres free themes for iWeb

BKTools has launched a new Mac utility for renaming files, while WebTemplate announced the release of several free iWeb themes and templates.

BKTools recently announced the launch of its first Macintosh software product, Strainer. The new application has been designed to help users quickly rename groups of files. Users can define a set of rules that determines which characters to remove or replace in a filename and then drag a group of files to be modified. Each filename will be edited based on the users preferences and if users are not happy with the outcome they can choose to undo the changes. A free demo of the software is available or a full license can be purchased for $14.

iWebTemplate offers free iWeb themes and templates

A new set of free iWeb themes and templates have been added to iWebTemplate's website. Currently the page features six different templates to be used with Apples website building software including: Treasure, Love, Church, Joy, Billiard, and Cat. Each of the templates incorporate different graphic elements that can be moved, removed, or modified to the users preference. All of the templates are fully compatible with the versions of iWeb found in iLife '08 and '09.

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