You made it. But how do you publish it?
One of the things that made iWeb so easy to use was its tight integration with the nowdefunct .Mac service, enabling instant and effortless site publishing. It also had FTP for uploading to your own web space.
In comparison, EverWeb offers publishing via FTP, although annoyingly you need to sign in with your (free) EverWeb account to do it and it nags you about copyright too. RapidWeaver and FreeWay Pro support uploading via FTP, SFTP and FTPS, Sandvox local publishing or upload via FTP, SFTP or WebDAV, and WebAcappella FTP, SFTP, FTPS and connection to MySQL databases and PHP mail functions.
To preview your site, EverWeb, WebAcappella and FreeWay Pro call whichever browser you prefer – in the latter you can also preview your site inside the app and test screen resolutions. Flux has integrated preview and live preview for datadriven content, RapidWeaver has integrated preview with options to test for iPads and iPhones. Sandvox has integrated preview too.
All of the apps we tested make it easy to upload to your own web space using FTP.