One of the earliest WYSIWYG web editors on the market was RapidWeaver. It’s most notable characteristic is its ability to use site themes that simplify the website creation process for the user.
There are a large number of third-party developers who create themes for RapidWeaver, so it’s not surprising to see more iPhone optimized themes being sold. Here’s a roundup of a few of those themes:
[singlepic id=164 w=150 h=113 float=left]Unity
Unity claims to be the first theme that can serve two different versions of your site to visitors – one for desktop users and an iPhone/Touch optimized version (similar in function to WPTouch for WordPress).
[singlepic id=162 w=150 h=113 float=left]SmartDock Mobile
[singlepic id=163 w=150 h=113 float=left]Touch
The Touch theme mimics the iPhone/iPod touch interface.
Because RapidWeaver is not made with a theme like Touch in mind some functions are used differently than they normally are. Therefore an extensive manual is added to the package.
RapidWeaver commercial software, available for $79 here.