Originally Posted by digitalclips
If you are talking about iWeb here, it is very simple to make it work with multiple sites already.
Please explain, and include links! Thanks! My guess is that you mean this:
Create separate sites in iWeb, and tell GoDaddy (in my case) to point my Domains to the Home/Welcome Page using Domain Masking, which always shows domainname.com and not the actual URL's? If that's so, then it's not too practical, when I'd want to share a particularly page, cause I would be able to provide a direct link!
Would the following work as a workaround?
Use index.html as the Home/Welcome Page? Would that get me around Domain Masking, or would I still see the the entire original URL?
Also, what method would you advise as iWebs "equivalent" of Dreamweaver's Templates, where a change in a Template, in DW, would effect every page based on that Template? The only one that I can think of is: Duplicate/Rename = Save As, but that would effect future pages built as Duplicate/Rename = Save As... In DW Templates I can Apply Various Templates to older pages, overwriting the existing Templates that a page is based on.
That's why I say: Apple should do what DW does, but better, more elegantly, and take it to the next level! Also that Apple App should Import/Convert DW Site Folders, and take over from there, so that DW users can make a seamless smooth transition!
THAT would be a DREAM
, for me, and a NIGHTMARE for Adobe!
Originally Posted by WilliamG
They all run smoothly on my kid's Dell Netbook.
I can't argue with you, cause I haven't seen Flash on Windows. Add to that the Hardware Differences! My PB G4 1.67 is obviously slower, cause it was a top dog in 2006, Power PC, not Intel, or AMD!
I understand why Adobe is upset: they want to protect their Flash Platform, which is a Cross Platform Translator=Wrapper, whatever label one prefers. The way I understand and agree with Steve Jobs: he wants the apps to be Native to the OS, with no Translator=Wrapper in between! Yes, it would be more costly to some developers, but then Nothing would get lost in translation, less finger pointing, and the developers won't have to keep buying Adobe's Apps... Less finger pointing!!!
I'd like this Apple Adobe Conflict to goes away ASAP! Let them all cooperate towards bringing HTML5 ASAP! Then, may the best WYSIWYG Authoring Tools win! Users will pick what they are most comfortable using instead of being kept hostage...
Obviously, I am simplifying things, but not by much!
In the end, it should be more about the Content, and less about the Eye Candy as the way for the web designers to show off, and overshadow the content, which should be most user-friendly: searching, navigation etc. That kind of Flash Showmanship is what makes me NOT a Fan of Flash! Add to that my Flash Slow Speed, cause I am on a Mac, which is also 4 years old...