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Online Content Creation

Virtually every RapidWeaver user has eventually asked the same question:

"I want to blog remotely, or login to my website online and make changes to it. Can I do that with RapidWeaver?"

And the answer, so far, has always be "kinda, but not really". And the "not really" part is important, because you couldn't add new pages, or create new users, or any of that stuff.

Not, that is, until now.

Meet Armadillo

The first, custom-built, RapidWeaver-specific content management system. Uniquely flexible, and hand-crafted from scratch to work seamlessly with RapidWeaver.

Want to use it simply as a remote blogging platform, accessible and updatable from anywhere? No problem. Or perhaps you want to add new pages to your site, edit them on the fly, and remove others? Got you covered.

But what if you want to upload videos, images, pdf and text files - the whole nine yards - and be able to link to those files in the new pages and posts you create? Easily done.

How about creating new users? Editing and removing existing users? Logging in remotely from any browser connected to the internet? Needing to reset your login password? Yep, all here.

Yes. Really. Try the live, online Armadillo demo for yourself, and discover what's possible.

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Armadillo includes localization support for nine (9) different languages - English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Dutch, Polish, and Finnish, with more on the way.

Dropbox Savvy

If your web hosting plan supports PHP 5.3.1 or greater, then you can sync the latest backup file of your site's content directly to Dropbox. It's built-in and super simple to use.

Browser Support

Armadillo is compatible with all modern browsers, including Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and IE9 or later.


  • RapidWeaver 6, or RapidWeaver 5
  • Stacks v2.0+
  • A web hosting account with Apache* and PHP5+

Please Note

*Most typical web hosting plans that use Linux or Unix as the operating system meet the requirements listed here. Use with Windows-based hosting is not recommended.

For a list of web hosting companies that provide compatible hosting plans, see the Armadillo Online Manual.