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Originally posted by nyfc
Hi all - first time post.

New switcher to mac and very impressed so far. This is my iWebsite.

http://web.mac.com/stevewasley/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html

I'm finding iWeb very easy to use and I'm pleased with the speed of getting it up and running. However, I can imagine hitting the boundaries of the limited customisation pretty quickly. But lets see.

So, you live in hell's kitchen. Cool you are really close to where I am.
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So, you live in hell's kitchen. Cool you are really close to where I am.

Used to - was only in NY for a year with my job. Now back living in the UK. It was a great plac to live though. Mostly miss the great photo ops and the restaurants.
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Used to - was only in NY for a year with my job. Now back living in the UK. It was a great plac to live though. Mostly miss the great photo ops and the restaurants.

and the exchange rate no doubt.

Funny thing. The new apple store is only a few blocks from your old apt.
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and the exchange rate no doubt.

Funny thing. The new apple store is only a few blocks from your old apt.

I'll have to check it out when I come back on vacation later this year.
post #46 of 213
i just don't see the $$$ for iweb, i use homepage and iphoto and get good results i'm trying to get a quicktime video to homepage so let me know how to do it but here is MY website the old fashioned way with homepage

wwww.homepage.mac.com/nofeer
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post #47 of 213
Have added some stuff to my site... The Queen Elizabeth II came to port today... she is massive. Another ship, the Nautica, showed up too. Click here to see how the upper several percent live!

Adding movies to your site with iWeb is a breeze. I will add one or two later tonight. I used to use .mac, but iWeb is much easier. Really.

 

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post #48 of 213
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Originally posted by nyfc
I'll have to check it out when I come back on vacation later this year.

It is right across from the Plaza Hotel at the GM building.
post #49 of 213
The movies are up. My site.

A breeze.

 

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post #50 of 213
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post #51 of 213
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post #52 of 213
Here's my newsletter.
Newsletter

The original page was created with Pagemill and I currently use Macromedia Contribute to update it. The problem with this is, I have to do my links in contribute because Homepage doesn't seem to support links in very many of it's formats. So I get pages that look like this.
Long May Weekend Page

The problem I'm having is I can't edit the wording in the basic .Mac webpage from Contribute, it doesn't even show up in the edit window, and if I go back in to edit from .Mac homepage I lose the links I've added to the top and bottome from Contribute and have to go back into Contribute and link all over again.

SO I guess what i want to know is, will iWeb allow me to import and work on my existing pages, including edit .Mac pages, or am I going to be building all over again.

I look at a lot of the features in iLife and they address issues I've already learned to overcome. So unless I get more updating functionality I'm unlikey to be interested, because updating pages is the one thing that still doesn't really work for me. And the slide show with the controls top of the pictures? Please tell me you can put those someplace else.
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post #53 of 213
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I FINALLY got mine online, no thanks to moving and being sick off and on for nearly a month.

http://web.mac.com/michaelsterling/

It's not real fancy and I have a lot more to add, but it's a good healthy start.
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post #55 of 213
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Does iWeb require a .Mac subscription?

This has already been answered. No.
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post #56 of 213
http://web.mac.com/coolville4/iWeb/Site

iweb has been great to use, i have to say.

some little hiccups here and there but for the most part, very easy to use.

coolville
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Very cool!

Yeah i have to second that.
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post #58 of 213
if anyone was wondering:
iWeb doesn't have a "save" and "open" feature so you can manage multiple iWeb sites (for whatever reason you may need to), but I found out iWeb saves your site (much like a Pages document) in ~/Library/Application Support/iWeb. It's the only file, called "Domain." You can take this file to any other Mac with iWeb installed, replace it, and you have your site on another computer.
post #59 of 213
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Originally posted by speed_the_collapse
if anyone was wondering:
iWeb doesn't have a "save" and "open" feature so you can manage multiple iWeb sites (for whatever reason you may need to), but I found out iWeb saves your site (much like a Pages document) in ~/Library/Application Support/iWeb. It's the only file, called "Domain." You can take this file to any other Mac with iWeb installed, replace it, and you have your site on another computer.

VERY helpful. Thanks!

Vox Barbara: Glad you liked the page.

Will be making a minor update tonight, and plan to make a long drive in the next two or three weeks that should yield some nice photos and a few 360s.

 

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Originally posted by CosmoNut
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.

Here's mine, post a comment.
Personally, I am mad about the lack of viewing the source, but I suppose that is to be expected seeing as iWeb is a novice app. I'm using it because it's such a pain to use Adobe GoLive. For now, iWeb will do for me, and if I need to edit my HTML, or other code, I just open the file in TextEdit.
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How do you all make such major modifications to the sites? I can see how you can modify some stuff, but I can't -- for the life of me -- figure out how some of you did it? Comments? Care to share?
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post #63 of 213
Don't know which mods you're stumped by...

Personally, I used the Movie page (or photo) and deleted most everything and then added elements. The inspector is the key... you can play around with lots of things and make links there. Add your own artwork to make it fun. I might try adding a background soundtrack to mine soon. More photos first, though.

 

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

 

 

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

 

 

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post #64 of 213
Hi everyone, I'm new on this forum, but I ran across this and I thought i'd share my website.

www.ar4wyinc.com

I have my blog\\music\\movies on there, it's kind of like my online portfolio.
post #65 of 213
here's Mine, http://www.ruhlav.com It's my little buisness that I do for our family owned Insurance company. I use a web forward account from networksolutions.com which costs $10 a year!
post #66 of 213
My Attempt!

I think iWeb is fantastic. As a design-for-print man who knows absolubtly nothing at all about HTML, and creating websites, it was incredibly easy to use, and I thought it was easy to customise the templates. There will obviously always be similarities between sites created in iWeb, but hey, it came free with my MBP, so who cares!!

I will agree it is not without it's problems, but as a Graphic Designer and I am not surprised by this at all. Graphic design software packages (particularly Quark), have had tonnes of room for improvement for years.... and they cost a fortune!!! There must be people working within other areas of media out there (video, music etc) that have loads of complaints about their thousands of pounds worth of "Pro" software, and then there is iWeb, which is obviously not meant for "Pro" use, and you're all bitchin'.

I stand by iWeb, and as much as I'm lookin forward to v.2, I think it's great... thanks Apple!


My Attempt!
post #67 of 213
Here's my website, i have put a lot of crazy stuff in there but i like it. Please post a comment on one of my blog's or movie reviews, here it is then....


web.mac.com/nick_livingston/iWebweb.mac.com/nick_livingston/iWeb
post #68 of 213
thecoolville.com is what i did with iweb.
the templates are just a starting point.



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Originally Posted by a_greer

Sorry to let you down, but imho, it is a peice of crap at the moment, you cant sway from the templates and there really arent enough templates, having used all sorts of publishing tools from AOL Homepage (1994) to editing with notepad, to using Frontpage 97, and tinkered with 2k and 2k3, having used Geocitys (pre and post yahoo ownership), having played with the "hard" tools from adobe and Macro, I can say that iWeb is a no starter, the integratiobn with ilife is great, but if I can move things the way I want them faster in code than wysiwyg, then I say the wysiwig needs a lot of help and there is no code review/edit tool in here either, and that is a big problem.

A good start, needs more work, wait for ver.2

also: If you post music it links to the iTms, that is cool, but, I would like a cut of the action, like amazon referals, hell, even itunes credit would be cool. something like "move 10 songs through your site get one free" or something.
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Another attempt at an iWeb site, this one for our family business, a brick and mortar store which is 99% walk in customers. Easy to upgrade pics of furniture that sells, but not as professional looking as many of our competitors. However, alot cheaper!!! At some point, I am probably going to learn how to use Freeway to really expand our e-commerce and improve the professional quality. Any and all comments are appreciated.

http://www.atozmart.net
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Originally Posted by CosmoNut

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.

check out my iWeb site at http://www.smitchellonline.com
post #74 of 213
I started out hand coding our web site and then moved to Dreamweaver for the big stuff. Now someone else does that part. Here's my little homepage done in iWeb. I think it is fine for what I am wanting...something quick and easy.

http://web.mac.com/dsosb/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html
post #75 of 213
http://thejphotogroup.com

http://jared.thejphotogroup.com

What I would like to know is how to make it so all the junk after the .com does not show up. Anyone care to share?
post #76 of 213
Those "Made on Mac" icons on the bottom of a iWeb template is so lame. So 90s.
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Originally Posted by dsosb

I started out hand coding our web site and then moved to Dreamweaver for the big stuff. Now someone else does that part. Here's my little homepage done in iWeb. I think it is fine for what I am wanting...something quick and easy.

http://web.mac.com/dsosb/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html

Had a peek at your page... nice photos of the trees. Can I ask what camera you are using?

Reminds me, I haven't updated my web site in a long time...

 

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

 

 

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post #78 of 213
Here's my site... it's just a place for me to share photos with my friends:

http://web.mac.com/mikemakowski/
post #79 of 213
Hi,
Here is the site I created for my wife's greeting card business. It really turned out pretty well, especially for a program not designed for html put together by a non-techy. If you see anything you want to do on yours and don't know how to do, email me and I wll either help or send you to the people who helped me. The Apple iWeb community has some great folks in it.

Here is the link: http://sqwiggles

thanks,

matt
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And here is the right one: http://sqwiggles.com
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