Rob Beattie

Rob Beattie is a freelance copywriter who designs sites using Rapidweaver. He's been reviewing computer hardware, software and web services since 1981. Yes...that long. And he's also the author of 101 Things to Do in a Shed, Fishing: A Very Peculiar History, and The Bluffer's Guide to Fishing.

Review4th October 2018

The First Thrilling Installment of Rob Beattie’s Roundup of Shaking the Habitual’s New Compendium of Ingenious Stacks for RapidWeavers With A Disposition For Quality.

Review19th July 2018

The Second Installment of Rob Beattie’s roundup of Weavium stacks, featuring three very slick stacks: Searchable FAQ, Slidetastic, and View More.

Review18th June 2018

Part The First of Rob Beattie’s roundup of recent Weavium stacks, featuring Bars, Flex, Job Board and Quick Menu. Part The Second will follow later this week.

Review7th June 2018

Part Two of Rob Beattie’s roundup review featuring recent Marathia stacks. This time we take a damn good squint at the Truncator and DownloadLinkIcon stacks, as well as his Tippy…

Review31st May 2018

Part One of Rob Beattie’s roundup review of recent Marathia stacks takes a look at his BigLink, Media Queries, and Oneliner stacks. Part Two will focus on Truncator and DownloadLinkIcon,…

Review28th February 2018

Clever design and elegant simplicity are hallmarks of Nick Cates and Yabdab, and their on-page editor GoCMS is no exception.

Review20th December 2017

Want to design your own shopfront and take card and PayPal payments? Yuzool’s got you covered — options and elegance abound in their terrific new version of Cart.

Review15th November 2017

If you’ve ever wished you could add one of those multi-step forms to your Rapidweaver website then you’re going to love FormsPlus from Chillidog Software.

Review23rd October 2017

Marvel is an excellent theme — it’s deep, elegant and sophisticated, and contains the kind of fairy dust we come to expect from a RapidWeaver developer at the top of…

Review4th October 2017

Embrace the difference. With its wide range of options, Rob Beattie finds Total Calculator an excellent way to add a ‘shopping list’ of items or services to your website.