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Apple updates iWeb to 3.0.3, minor fixes

updated 06:55 pm EST, Tue February 15, 2011

Resolves issues with iSight, FTP uploading

Apple has issued a minor update to iWeb, bringing it to v3.0.3 and addressing issues when using the iSight Movie widget on certain Macs, FTP uploading and improving compatibility with Mac OS X. The update's file size is 177.12MB. The program is part of iLife '09 and was not updated for iLife '11. The update requires either the last version of Leopard (OS X 10.5.8) or 10.6.3 or higher.

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  1. Geoduck

    Joined: Dec 1969


    I wish

    I would like to see Apple do a major update to iWeb. I love how well it integrates with MobileMe but it's really looking dated.

    For starters rather than hiding the code completely give me the option of editing the HTML when I need to. HTML5 if you please.

  1. nostrademas

    Joined: Dec 1969


    iWeb reached EOL?

    If Apple doesn't release a major update sometime soon, you've got to think this app has reached EOL. While I like how easy it is to do some things with it, the fact that it doesn't really integrate properly with MobileMe (in that all the master files are kept on your computer) means your site can't be edited via iPhone or iPad app. In particular, you can't blog effectively with it compared to pretty much any other blog mechanism.

    Would be great if they did a complete re-write with that type of integration.

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