Online Editor for RapidWeaver

Online editing & blog for RapidWeaver

Go is the refreshing way to edit online RapidWeaver pages. Edit your page content, as you see it - and save. No separate backend editor, no database, setup is quick and you're ready to Go! Enjoy text editing, drag and drop images, Go add-ons, quick password, Go Lock, and the revolutionary Go Blog!

Download Free Go Stack

WATCH: Setup Go in RapidWeaver (2:30s)

Elegant online editing

Go was made for clean online page editing. All edit controls are kept out of the way in the compact Go edit bar. The Go bar cleverly shows only the controls needed for what you're editing. We believe Go is the easiest, and most elegant way to edit online content, try it out below!


Edit Hotkey: Shift + Control + X
Password: Demo

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Save is disabled in Go demo mode.

Drop in Go Addons

Drag and drop Go add-ons into your online pages to create popular media elements in seconds. You or your client can add images, galleries, audio, video, ecommerce, maps and more - with ease!
  • Single Image
    Link and Alt Tag
  • Slideshow
    Image Gallery
  • Lightbox
    Image Gallery
  • Cartloom
  • YouTube
    Embed Video
  • Vimeo
    Embed Video
  • Google Maps
    Maps, Directions
  • Soundcloud
    Audio, Sound

Revolutionary Go Blog

The Go Blog looks like a traditional, beautiful blog, it's when editing you realize this blog is unlike any you've experienced before... All blog edit controls are live, and on one page. Edit an online post, add new blog tags, assign new tags - instantly. After dragging a Go Blog to a stacks page and publishing, it's literally ready to Go!
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  • Edit Mode
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Online post editing with Addons

The Go Blog is directly editable in RapidWeaver Preview and online from any browser! Best yet, with each blog post, you get full access to Go bar features - add image galleries, audio, video, eCommerce all with drag and drop Addons!

4 Blog Layout Styles

Select from 3 flavors to show off Go blog posts... Traditional, Modern, Headlines, and Grid. The blog layout is changed in the online blog settings, making it easy to adjust by the client. Each layout is mobile friendly, and posts switch to an easy view mode when editing.

View - Traditional Blog Layout
View - Modern Blog Layout
View - Grid Blog Layout
View - Headlines Blog Layout

Automatic URL SEO

When editing the Go Blog, all post titles, categories, and tags, are live editable and update the url structure throughout your entire blog! Google places high priority on page title and url structures, and Go generates these titles and paths on the fly.

Meta Tag SEO

Go generates all of today relevant meta SEO tags uniquely for each post. Includes Facebook and Twitter meta tags, along with a standard description. Editing meta tags can be scary to clients, Go only shows a short Meta description input above the post content, then handles the rest of meta tags from there :)

Highly Secure Editing

Go was expertly coded to stop unauthorized page editing. Security measures are used every time Go content is edited, saved, or deleted. When creating a Go Key at purchase, you set a unique master password. Your unique password becomes the encrypted gate keeper for editing your Go content. Only those who know the unique Go Key password, will be able to edit your content.

Quick Password

There's no separate password page for edit access. To edit online Go content, you press the hotkey Shift + Control + X, and a password prompt will appear. Entering the correct password will launch page edit mode, false passwords will prevent and dismiss edit access.

Go Lock

When you or a client need a page available online to edit, but also hidden from the public, you can use the Go Lock. Lock will obscure the online page, and require password validation for viewing and edit access.

Comparing CMS options for RapidWeaver

There's a few popular RapidWeaver CMS options, each with their own strengths. If you need CMS based custom templating (for example) Pulse or Total CMS would better suit your needs. The strength of Go is in making online page editing simple, professional, and a pleasure to use.
Pulse CMS Total CMS Go CMS
One Time Pricing $346
Unlimited Domains
Single Domain
Single Domain
Pre-Publish Content Editing no no yes
Online Blog Platform yes yes Yes
Online Content Editing yes yes Yes
Built-in Image Galleries yes yes Yes
Macro Templating yes yes no
Create New Site Pages yes yes no
Direct Page Text Editing no no yes
Direct Page Password no no yes
Direct Page Image Drop no no yes
Direct Page Drop in Addons no no yes

Single Domain License $79

Save Go edits by purchasing a license or open license.

Register the domain name and password.

A valid domain is required.

Specify the domain you will be using. Example: mysite.com

A password is required.

Set the password you will be using to edit your CMS.

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Go CMS Support

Helpful Links
Go CMS Documentation
Reset your Go License Password
Submit a Support Request

Below you'll find Q&A, and Go CMS discussion.

Question & Answers

  • Q. What version of RapidWeaver and Stacks is required?
  • A. Go Stack requires Mac OS Sierra (or higher), RapidWeaver 6+ and Stacks 3.5+

  • Q. What is the refund policy for Go licenses?
  • A.After a Go license purchase, you have 30 days to request a full refund, for any reason, no questions asked. After the refund, we simply deactivate the license.

  • Q. Will CMS Go allow me to edit any stack on page online?
  • A. You can edit any content added within a Go stack. So, if you add a Go stack inside another Stack, that combination should be editable online.

  • Q. Is Go CMS Compatible with...
  • A. Go should be compatible with all RapidWeaver themes, including Foundation, and Foundry.

  • Q. Can I limit the upload image file size for clients?
  • A. Yes. In the Go Admin Settings, there's a setting called "Max File", by fault the limit is set to 3MB, you can adjust this from 1MB to 9MB.

  • Q. Can the Go Blog import my RapidWeaver Blog, or Armadillo Blog?
  • A. No. Not currently at least :)

  • Q. Can I edit Go with a mobile device?
  • A. Yes, on a mobile devices, instead of a hotkey (because that's not possible), you press a Go container for 2 seconds to initiate the password prompt. On Mobile, Go editing is limited to text-only.

  • Q. Will a domain license work on sub domains?
  • A. Yes. A license of mywebsite.com, for example, will also work for blog.mywebsite.com, and support.mywebsite.com.

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