Karelia Software has updated its visual Web site creation software, Sandvox, to 1.2.8. The update is free for registered users. Sandvox costs $49 or $79 for regular or pro versions, respectively.
Sandvox helps you create a striking-looking Web site using visual templates. More than 40 are included with the software. While Sandvox emphasizes Web site creation without having to touch HTML code, the software’s pro version also lets you tweak code manually.
New to the 1.2.8 release is support for publishing your site on MobileMe, Apple’s replacement for its .Mac service. Other new features include an updated iMedia Browser that supports iPhoto Events and multiple Aperture libraries.
System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
In related news, Karelia has unveiled details about a major new release of Sandvox it’s working on, 1.5. The new version will feature improved blogging support, YouTube integration, support for Leopard’s QuickLook feature, a multi-page Inspector selection, and new Web site designs. Users who want to get their hands on the new release are encouraged to drop by the Sandvox beta page for more information.