Introducing EverWeb version 2.0: Blogging comes to EverWeb!

November 14th, 2016

We are thrilled to announce that EverWeb version 2.0 is now available! The new version of EverWeb introduces a brand new blogging engine as it’s marquee feature.

Please read the information in the ‘How to Update to EverWeb 2.0’ section below for updating instructions.

EverWeb 2.0 Features

EverWeb version 2.0 introduces a new, fully integrated blogging  engine (see the ‘EverWeb 2.0 Blogging Features’ list below), relocated Toolbar which is now at the top of the UI, a new Contact Form Advanced widget to fully customize your contact form experience and much more!

The main features of EverWeb version 2.0 are :

  1. All New, fully integrated, feature rich blogging environment
  2. New RSS Subscribe button
  3. Redesigned User Interface with the Toolbar now located at the top of the UI
  4. Character Spacing setting in the Text Inspector (OS X 10.7 and later only)
  5. New Contact Form Advanced widget for highly customizable contact form creation
  6. Publishing optimizations and speed improvements
  7. Updated and expanded EverWeb User Manual includes a chapter on blogging
  8. The EverWeb User Manual is now available from the Projects Window
  9. EverWeb 2.0 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7+ including macOS Sierra
  10. Stability and performance enhancements


EverWeb 2.0 Blogging Features

Everweb 2.0’s blogging environment is rich with easy to use features such as:

  1. Automatic numbered & bullet lists
  2. Image wrapping
  3. Justified text
  4. Comments using Disqus or Facebook Comments
  5. Importing of iWeb & WordPress blog posts
  6. Embedded media including video
  7. Automatic Google Fonts
  8. Automatic RSS feed creation
  9. And much more!


How To Update To EverWeb 2.0

You can easily update to EverWeb 2.0  by

  1. Launching EverWeb and going to the EverWeb menu at the top of the screen and selecting ‘Check for Update’ or by
  2. Downloading EverWeb from the EverWeb website.

Remember, you won’t lose any previous data when updating since your website project files are stored elsewhere on your computer.

EverWeb 2.0 is free for EverWeb + Hosting users and EverWeb Standalone users who are within their 1 year of free upgrades and support period.

You can easily check your EverWeb Standalone free upgrade period from EverWeb’s Preferences window or your client area.

If you are passed your one year of free EverWeb upgrades, you can purchase 1 more year of upgrades and support from your client area.

You can easily re-download earlier versions of EverWeb from your client area if you are not ready to purchase an additional year of upgrades and support.

Login to your client area and go to the ‘Manage Product’ page. On the left of this page, select ‘Downloads’ and choose the version of Everweb that you need, either the OS X 10.6 version,or OS X 10.7 and later, version.


More Information About EverWeb 2.0

If you need more information about EverWeb version 2.0


If you can’t find what you need, or have any other questions, comments or feedback please let us know. We’re happy to help.

You can also find EverWeb on the following social media platforms:





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7 Responses to “Introducing EverWeb version 2.0: Blogging comes to EverWeb!”

  1. Tony King Says:

    Just downloaded 2.0! Been looking forward to it! Question: is there or will there be mobile page equivalents for the blog like for the other pages, since many internet readers read blogs on their phones? Or is there certain steps we can do right now to add that?

  2. Simon Says:

    Hi Tony

    Hope you are enjoying the new 2.0! You can create a desktop and mobile version of the blog (in the same way as you would for a desktop + mobile site). Create your desktop blog first. Then add a new page to your website and select ‘blog’ as the page type. Rename the new blog main page (e.g. ‘mobile blog’) then use Page Settings in the Inspector tab to define the content width etc for the mobile blog main (index), posts and archive pages. Set the mobile blog pages as mobile pages in the ‘mobile Settings’ section. You can redirect from desktop to mobile but only the blog main and archive pages, not the posts themselves. Remember that graphics on mobile devices may slow loading times so be careful using them. Also you can use the blog posts preview window to style the look of all the blog posts (the preview window works like a master page in this situation so e.g. if you add a social media button to the preview window, it gets added to every blog post)

    Thanks for the great question, we’ll try to get a full blog post on this topic up soon!

    Hope the above helps you out!

  3. Keith Hill Says:

    Do you have to copy the text from your post page to your mobile post page? I’ve followed the instructions given above, and the mobile pages are there, but I don’t see the post content copied to the mobile page …

  4. Simon Says:

    Hi Keith

    Yes you will need to copy the text from the desktop blog post to the mobile blog post. Make sure that you copy the text from the Editor Window (the center section) in to the mobile post’s editor window. If you paste the text in to the mobile post editor window and do not see the text, try highlighting it, in case the text is the same color as the background. If that’s the case use the droplet in the menu to change the text color.

  5. Keith Hill Says:

    Thanks for the feedback!

  6. Tony King Says:

    Okay, so you can’t redirect the blog posts themselves? Does that mean the search engines will treat the mobile post page and the desktop post page as separate pages?

  7. Simon Says:

    Hi Tony

    The links you usually add will be from blog to mobile blog and archive to mobile archive only so you can’t link post to post directly…. I’ll look into the SEO aspect for you!



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