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post #121 of 213
Here's one that I made using iWeb for our puppies Cocoa & Caramel:

The Prancy Poms

I mostly used the original template from iWeb, but then heavily modified it by turning it into php and adding a lot of various scripts in order to make it load the way I wanted it. I noticed that it was easy to design a website using iWeb, but somewhat of a pain to modify it easily later on in another editor (like BBEdit). But it's kind of cool how it handles picture transparencies, etc.

Unfortunately the puppies are napping right now, so they may not be on the webcam at the moment, but they're usually around with the webcam on, so check back later.
post #122 of 213
Ok. Here is my site http://www.inuitsculptures.com Enjoy!
It is an online art gallery for Inuit sculptures (eskimo soapstone carvings from canadian Arctic).

I am really happy I came accross iweb. I wish they would have an integrated option to edit HTML code. I had to edit it manually to add e-commerce option.
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post #125 of 213
Have started reworking my site in iWeb '08. Added a couple of Google Maps, reformatted the slideshows and added a Blog.

http://web.mac.com/kaj_68

Hoping to find some more useful widgets (rollovers, slideshows in single panels, pulldown menus) to make the site even nicer.

 

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post #126 of 213
Is it possible to have some pages on your .mac web site that have no links on them to the other pages on your site? And if so, how does one accomplish this?

The reason I ask is my site current has six pages dealing with my part-time wedding day videography business.

I would like to put up a similar site with a couple of pages but have it deal only with the still photography I am also getting into. Just don't want any links between the two sites right now. But whenever I try this I cannot seem to get rid of each page showing links to the other pages at the top of the screens.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
post #127 of 213
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Is it possible to have some pages on your .mac web site that have no links on them to the other pages on your site? And if so, how does one accomplish this?

The reason I ask is my site current has six pages dealing with my part-time wedding day videography business.

I would like to put up a similar site with a couple of pages but have it deal only with the still photography I am also getting into. Just don't want any links between the two sites right now. But whenever I try this I cannot seem to get rid of each page showing links to the other pages at the top of the screens.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Slackula, in iWeb open the page where you don't want the links at the top of the page. In the inspector window, choose the page tab (second from the left) and untick the "Display navigation window" and "Include page in navigation window" check boxes.

http://www.dai-towell.net
post #128 of 213
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Slackula, in iWeb open the page where you don't want the links at the top of the page. In the inspector window, choose the page tab (second from the left) and untick the "Display navigation window" and "Include page in navigation window" check boxes.

http://www.dai-towell.net


Thanks for the advice! I'll have to give that a whirl. Though I have used .mac's Homeopage feature, I have not yet used iWeb. I wonder if your suggestion and the .mac setup will work they way I would like it to on this as I want two sets of pages, each with links to just others in the set. I may just opt to take the easy way out and sign up for a separate .mac account for the still photography business.

Thanks again!
post #129 of 213
I just got myself a .Mac account just one week ago. I must say that it´s pretty fun trying out iWeb.

I am going to make a photo page, but first I have to get myself a camera :P

Here is my site: http://web.mac.com/schoenfeldt
post #130 of 213
http://www.mnwdesigns.com
post #131 of 213
Here is my work in progress : Miller's Garage
post #132 of 213
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http://www.mnwdesigns.com

I like your site !!!!
post #133 of 213
Hi I was wondering if you guys knew of any free web hosting sites which offer free domain registration and usage. I really want a free hosting site that will work with iweb. Let me know if you have any ideas.
post #134 of 213
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Hi I was wondering if you guys knew of any free web hosting sites which offer free domain registration and usage. I really want a free hosting site that will work with iweb. Let me know if you have any ideas.

Hey there, i bought my domain from godaddy.com then host it over at zymic. ABSOLUTELY free hosting and its great
post #135 of 213
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Hi I was wondering if you guys knew of any free web hosting sites which offer free domain registration and usage. I really want a free hosting site that will work with iweb. Let me know if you have any ideas.

I use bravenet and I haven't had any problems with it. Small google ads banner at top, but what can you expect for free?

http://www.bravenet.com

I initially used Bravenet for their free hit counter before I discovered their other services, but junked it and went with the far superior statcounter.

http://www.statcounter.com
post #136 of 213
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Hey there, i bought my domain from godaddy.com then host it over at zymic. ABSOLUTELY free hosting and its great

Ok I'll Give it a shot.. Thanks!
post #137 of 213
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I use bravenet and I haven't had any problems with it. Small google ads banner at top, but what can you expect for free?

http://www.bravenet.com

I initially used Bravenet for their free hit counter before I discovered their other services, but junked it and went with the far superior statcounter.

http://www.statcounter.com

Thanks! I'll try them out. I plan make a website in iweb to host my technology podcast and this will be great. Thanks!
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post #139 of 213
Here's mine. It's done in iWeb but with a little help from Lightroom and SlideShow Pro.
www.edgeymedia.com
post #140 of 213
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I bought iWeb this weekend and will install it this evening. Hopefully I'll have a site to publish soon.

If you've published a site with iWeb, let's see it. I'd love to get ideas from others and see what this app is actually capable of.

I'm most interested in migrating content from a Homepage over to an iWeb site and find out how well it works and how it looks.

newbie forum person please forgive any errors in etiquette (thanks)
just built and published a website using iweb
like it a lot better than the last site that someone built for us (another story)
site works well on the mac but not consistently on the pc
i get an "error on page" message re the music loading but it loads fine on the mac?
here's the site:
www.onestringcello.com

if you recognize this problem and know of a fix = very much a big thank you

ea
post #141 of 213
Make sure they have QuickTime installed.
post #142 of 213
I just started messing with iWeb yesterday as well. I went ahead and started something since I have .Mac and it works perfectly! It's all very simple and could become a great program, it's great for people who are just getting started. If you want to drop by the site, just check it out here: http://web.mac.com/mmendoza27
post #143 of 213
My apologies--Certainly did not intend for it to sound like a promotion! But there have been other posts about iWeb sites having issues or behaving strangely when uploaded to non-Apple hosting companies (i.e., non-.Mac accounts). This would seem to be a big concern for anyone using iWeb who doesn't have or want a .Mac account, or who wants more server space than what comes with a typical .Mac account. It's not a promotion for myself of Bluehost--this is a free country, do as you wish--but for me personally, I was expecting the iWeb pages to behave strangely when uploaded to Bluehost, but was surprised to find no issues. So far, so good.
http://www.envision-legal.com/
post #144 of 213
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That sounds like a promotion (especially in a first post)...

 

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Your = the possessive of you, as in, "Your name is Tom, right?" or "What is your name?"

 

You're = a contraction of YOU + ARE as in, "You are right" --> "You're right."

 

 

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post #145 of 213
Bring back The Screen Savers!
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Bring back The Screen Savers!
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post #146 of 213
Here is a link to my site. www.brewtopiabeermarket.com

I put this site together to promote a new business that I'm getting ready to start. My challenge now is that I need to turn the site into an e-commerce site but I would like to use iWeb but it doesn't appear to be possible.
post #147 of 213
I made the website for the company I work for:

www.paramedicrescue.com
http://www.flickr.com/photos/xanl/ - A young photographer discovering "his eye"
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/xanl/ - A young photographer discovering "his eye"
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post #148 of 213
He who fights fair WANTS to lose.
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He who fights fair WANTS to lose.
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post #149 of 213
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Here's mine. It's done in iWeb but with a little help from Lightroom and SlideShow Pro.
www.edgeymedia.com

eggabry: i'd love to know how you incorporated your slide show. I have slideshow pro, but so far, i can only figure out how to incorporate it into rapidweaver. haven't been able to figure that out how to get it into iweb yet.
post #150 of 213
http://impressionsbyandy.com

that is my new site i created.
post #151 of 213
I ignored my orginal site for the longest time and then finally deleted it. I have a new one now under my own domain name. www.ianwedlock.com
I know that I didn't deviate from the template that much but I really liked this one.
post #152 of 213
This is my site www.GetUsedStuff.com

What do you think?\
The thing is i've looked all over the web for answers to my problem.
I need to change my iWeb pages into .php so that i can create sign in areas for members and so on.
The idea is you sign up, then sign into you members page and upload pictures and text, maybe some thing you want to swap or sell, you get the idea. Then the picture goes into certain areas. ie cars in auto section... and so on. Its Free to stick something on the site!

Im just learning little by little how to do this. I have a contact form working! through go daddy.

Im just looking for a couple of tools to help me do this.. i love the app iWeb and do not want to change to something like rapidweaver. I've seen a site created with iWeb and they have changed the html tags i think to a .php and it seems to work for them.

If i can get help changing the site pages over then i can start sorting the server side scripting next...i think!

I have iwebsites app and itweak but i dont think they will let me convert the pages?

Please Help.
post #153 of 213
Hi,

I have been using iWeb for awhile - recently got iLife 08..

Any feedback will be appreciated..

http://www.alanussher.com

Kind regards,
AL..
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Hi,

I have been using iWeb for awhile - recently got iLife 08..

Any feedback will be appreciated..

http://www.alanussher.com

Kind regards,
AL..

Alan- I love your site and I love your work too How did you add a shopping cart in Iweb????
I'm looking to do something similar for my photography site.
post #156 of 213
http://www.millennialmagazine.com

The creator of millennial magazine used iweb. the site is pretty cool.
post #157 of 213
I'm new here and have just updated our site from Rapidweaver (which screws up a lot of the xml files) to iWeb.

I hope you like our site

http://www.voiceout.com.au
post #158 of 213
OK This is my site. I have a slight problem with the title words "Mermaid Films" which appears to jump, just before the page fully loads. If anyone can tell me how to stop that I would really appreciate it.

www.mermaidfilms.com.au
post #159 of 213
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www.reallygoodradio.com

Sorry post above does not work

Not enough different types of fonts.
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