Objective Development has announced the availability of new plug-ins for its Web Content Management System (CMS)
that enable it to support the visual Web page editors RapidWeaver and Freeway Pro. WebYep costs €29 (US$38.17) per Web site.
Aimed at small and medium-sized Web sites, WebYep is a CMS developed for Web designers who don’t want to learn PHP in order to make their Web sites editable. It enables users to edit text and upload images, use CSS-based text formatting, recognizes links and e-mail addresses and can encode such to hide them from spam spider engines. You can also use WebYep to build basic menus tructures, repeat elements on a page, attach files and more.
WebYep already supports Adobe Dreamweaver; now the new plug-ins enable it to work with RapidWeaver from RealMac software or Softpress’ Freeway Pro, two visual Web page editors for Mac OS X.
The WebYep Actions Suite for Freeway was developed by a third party and costs an additional £20 (US$39.24) — more details are available from the download page.
System requirements call for a Web server with PHP4 support; Dreamweaver MX, MX 2004 or 8, RapidWeaver 3.5 or later and Freeway Pro 4 or later.