It wasn't too complex, but at the time, putting that same document or a version of it on the web required the kind of arcane incantations and coding knowledge that reminded Mac users of why DOS was so primitive: i Web, by comparison, created sites that you then sent out onto the web with a dead minimum of complication.
Given that it all looked very much like desktop publishing with its templates and end result, i Web was a great example of what Apple often does so well: it turned an off-putting and complex notion into something we all understood we could do -- and then we did it.
If you can’t provide them, you aren’t allowed to download the update.
There is a buzz in tech circles s everyone waits with baited breath for the arrival of the new El Capitan Mac OS X.
There is no doubt that El Capitan is an improvement to Yosemite. Is it an absolute necessity for you to upgrade to El Capitan?