But not much else has changed in PageSpinner since version 3.1, apart from its move to OS X. Its assistants don’t allow you to change existing tags – if you make a mistake or change your mind, you have to retype each one; and the built-in HTML checker still doesn’t check CSS for coding errors. PageSpinner is also starting to show its age; for example, the Internet Tools palette includes an option for Claris Emailer but not for Microsoft Entourage. And unfortunately, the included StyleSpinner application – for writing CSS – is not yet OS X native.
Despite its shortcomings, PageSpinner 4.0 will fit the bill if you’re looking for a functional and affordable OS X application for building Web pages.