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post #201 of 213
Here are my two iWeb sites: www.directmailcopy.com and www.richlanding.com
post #202 of 213
Here is my site
www.peteroneillpictures.com
post #203 of 213
I am new to iWeb - it came "free" with my new iMac 27", hence I played with it after Christmas producing a small but acceptable site: http://www.nagelestock.eu. The fact that it did not allow easy access the the code did put me off for a while, but I started again in February and came up with my present main-site http://www.nagelestock.com. With an external HTML editor, (don't laugh, I used: MS Frontpage on a PC) I was able to insert the important Google Analytics, Stats and META tags.

iWeb is easy, but most of all it is pixel-accurate. Once one learns to overcome the initial limitations, it is quite powerful and indeed, fun to work with. I published the various finished sites to separate folders on the Mac/PC and uploaded these to my various web-spaces via FTP (in my case CuteFTP, but there are many free programs available).

The major shortfalls in my view are:

1.) It is very irritating that when editing changes to a published page, one has to re-enter all personal code again as clever iWeb in it's wisdom will overwrite all previous changes.

2.) Apple thinks that any link one wants to make to an other site will be Apple's own site - they are wrong and extremely aggravating in the process by automatically inserting their own URL.

3.) There are of course ways to back up your various sites, but not within the iWeb software, you will have to Google for the answers. This could have been made much easier instead of chucking it all into one "Domain" bucket.

I have looked at, downloaded and worked with most Mac paid-for packages (except Dreamweaver - too expensive and an overkill for my requirements) and came to the conclusion that iWeb wasn't all that bad for a "free" (when you buy a Mac) package.

Template packages are an other way to go, but these restrict ones individual input and they do nothing to learn web technology however simple.

In short, I would recommend iWeb: give it a serious try and learn to overcome it's shortcomings - you'll be pleased.

Edmund Nagele F.R.P.S. - nagelestock.com
post #204 of 213
Here;s mine.
www.imageworkscyprus.com

It took a while and I had a lot of trouble with the compatibility with IExplorer.. I pretty much had to start all over again but I think its okay now, let me know if you have any comments..
Anyways, hope you like it..
post #205 of 213
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Here is my site: www.joshpix.com

Jetlaw.. joshpix.com is a great looking site.... Well done..
post #206 of 213
heres my page

http://www.perrypowling.com/perrypow...ntry_page.html

its a photography/design portfolio as well ass a blog for my travelling.

please take a browse and leave a comment on the blog
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post #208 of 213
I designed this site with iWeb and bannerzest

hope you all likes it

www.ampm.mobi
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post #210 of 213
http://web.me.com/salut_michel/www.m...com/p1a_2.html
post #211 of 213
Here is mine - I host it on MobileMe

http://www.cityvillelounge.com
post #212 of 213
Cheers mate, good post!
post #213 of 213
layerd iweb site of amarijuana office in barcelona.

http://abcda.es
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