Building a Blog Website with RapidWeaver 02: Inspector Settings 1
The other day, we reviewed Realmac Software’s RapidWeaver 3.6. It can be a great savior for those who have little knowledge about HTML and PHP codes but want to run blog websites. RapidWeaver 3.6 has a built-in help menu, which offers little or no assistance in time of trouble. And, as of today, Realmac Software doesn’t even have a user’s guide or tutorial in a PDF form for RapidWeaver 3.6.
Over the next several days, MacHouse will be releasing at least four video tutorials, which we hope will help Mac users to develop their own blog websites using RapidWeaver 3.6. We will develop a simple blog website with a contact form and additional three HTML pages through these video tutorials.
In the second and third video tutorials of the series, we go over Inspector settings. The second video tutorial covers the first three tabs, which are General Settings, Sidebar and Page Header. And this video tutorial spends a few minutes in explaining what meta tags are and how RapidWeaver deals with them.
Key words: Preferences, Blog, Show Page Info, Page Inspector, Show in Menu, Page Title, Browser Title, Folder, Filename, Image Format, Encoding, Output, Edit, Preview, Sidebar, Page Header, Meta Tags, Name, Content, Expires, Credit RapidWeaver, revisit-after, description, http-equiv,
RapidWeaver 3.6 is a product of Realmac Software.