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Hi,
I was checking out info re iweb and found this great thread of conversation! I am a teacher and am interested in using iweb for my classroom website. Are there any teachers out there who could post their website for me to take a look at?

I have really enjoyed seeing the sites currently posted- so many talented people! Also the pros and cons to iweb have been helpful.

Thanks
post #83 of 213
Just thought that I'd leave a link to my iWeb site. Just some poems etc. A hangover from my degree in English!
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Here is my iWeb site. I made it for my Family, as a blog to show our distant family in California how life is where we live.

I made the pictures on the front page a link to the photo pages. I thought that was pretty nifty.

Here it is
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Just thought that I'd leave a link to my iWeb site. Just some poems etc. A hangover from my degree in English!
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I like your site alot
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some one comment on my site!
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some one comment on my site!

You misspelled "guesthouse".
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I like your site alot

Thanks! Looks like you're one of my first visitors! Have a good "holiday!"
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Heh... Mine is still a work in progress. Mostly because I'm not sure what direction to take it in... I'm not a photographer so sticking a random assortment of photos on my Homepage doesn't exactly appeal to me. I'm sure I'll think of something

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You misspelled "guesthouse".

Where?
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Wilco means Guestbook... your top page: menus at the top: Geustbook.

Took a quick look at your site.. looks nice. Somebody has been a very busy cameraman!

 

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Nice!

Cheers, ty.
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post #94 of 213
I was new to the internt publishing till I find iWeb. I have many sites within the frame of iWeb but our latest is coinciding with a new product launch. This is a gutsy move as some of our content in our site is displayed jumbled by Internet Explorer. This is a limitation that people need to realize as they develop their sites past the confines of the templates.

I still love iWeb and we skirted the Internet Explorer issue with a warning first page. You can check out the site here...

iWeb has lots of opportunity and we are enjoying finding all of them. Our only complaint is a slower load up but we hope that the next issue of iWeb addresses that.

Feel free to ask any questions about the site for some tips and suggestions on your own site.
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I was new to the internt publishing till I find iWeb. I have many sites within the frame of iWeb but our latest is coinciding with a new product launch. This is a gutsy move as some of our content in our site is displayed jumbled by Internet Explorer. This is a limitation that people need to realize as they develop their sites past the confines of the templates.

I still love iWeb and we skirted the Internet Explorer issue with a warning first page. You can check out the site here...

iWeb has lots of opportunity and we are enjoying finding all of them. Our only complaint is a slower load up but we hope that the next issue of iWeb addresses that.

Feel free to ask any questions about the site for some tips and suggestions on your own site.

You know it never occurred to me how useful iWeb could truly be outside of .Mac homepages.

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post #96 of 213
Getting started in Freelance. I have a simple website uploaded right now. I'm working on a new one now that I've realized that iweb can do so much more than I realized. I'll post it when I'm done. I enjoyed looking at the others.
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I wish there were better export options.. making a small change to to a page makes you export the whole project just so you can ftp the single page and its folder. Forget it if you have a ton of pics or movies.

How about using a good FTP client like Transmit to synchronize between your iWeb-exported folder and the contents on your web server. Transmit has an option to upload only changed or new files.
post #98 of 213
I took the one hour crash course in iweb at the Apple store. The only thing I don't like about it is I cannot use my existing .org domin, or can I? I asked this question to the kid that was instructing the class & he had no idea, he just said to get a .mac acoount.

Anyone go any ideas?

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I took the one hour crash course in iweb at the Apple store. The only thing I don't like about it is I cannot use my existing .org domin, or can I? Anyone go any ideas?

You can, but Apple chose to make it a little harder than was necessary. Instead of offering direct synching, you have to export the web page and FTP it yourself to the site hosting your own domain.
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You can, but Apple chose to make it a little harder than was necessary. Instead of offering direct synching, you have to export the web page and FTP it yourself to the site hosting your own domain.

Excellent, thanks for the fast response.
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post #101 of 213
After ages of owning iWeb and having it sit on my shelf I've fiinally started using it.
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post #102 of 213
Here's my iWeb site, I hope you guys like it! http://web.mac.com/ooninay/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html



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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.
post #103 of 213
Toxotes, that is the freakiest iWeb page I have ever stumbled upon!
I'm loving the family photo's! Are they aware their distorted faces are on the 'Internets' for others amusement!
post #104 of 213
Oh, their faces aren't distorted.

It's amazing how much fun Photo Booth is; it's like your own personal Hall of Mirrors. As to whether they knew they'd be on the Internet or not, well, there haven't been many hits... I'm sure this won't go much further...

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Toxotes, that is the freakiest iWeb page I have ever stumbled upon!
I'm loving the family photo's! Are they aware their distorted faces are on the 'Internets' for others amusement!
post #105 of 213
I use iWeb so often I can't imagine working without it. Ihave Dreamweaver on my computer. I don't need it. I know a lot of web guys want it to be about their work, I just want to get information out there.

Here is my iWeb intro page, you can't get to all my sites from here, but you can get to four of them.
Welcome

The link at the bottom of the page is on the last few words, Energy Explorations, not on the image, the rest you just click on the images.

One of the things I like most is the ability to set up a blog as part of the site and get feedback.
I have two groups set up on .Mac for two canoe trips we are doing, you won't be able to see them as they are restricted to members of the group, but aslo these are great resources, that include a co-operative slide show, any member of the group can submit photos, if the files get too large, I can delete them. It lets each group member contribute to a private on line forum where they can carry on from where they left off on the last rip with inside jokes, ribbing and stuff, really not appropriate for outside consumption.

As well, my wife has a site set up to show her artwork. It's not very sophisticated, we haven't even integrated it with paypay, but, she's already sold over $500 dollars worth of stuff in a few months, way better than a part time job somewhere.

veestudio

Ok so what do i have set up throough .Mac and iWeb just to review,

4 interest sites, Bruce trail, Summer Camping group, Photography and my Energy pages and blog.

I have two groups, Summer Camping group and Long May Weekend Camping group.
I have two sites devoted two these two camping groups, one with a blog.
I can show you the Long May Weekend Site, you just can't get into the group area.
Long May Weekend Camping Page

I have one site for my wifes art, hosted on another server with her own domain name.

I know the hotshots are going to say they can achieve this level of interation using other software, and have better sites. But, creating websites isn't a profession for me. it's a means to an end. When I first got iWeb I continued to use Dreamweaver for about 6 months. SInce the day I pulled iWeb out of the box, I haven't bothered with anything else. Am I missing something here?
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post #106 of 213
http://www.boozecrew.co.uk

We use it to keep up to date with friends and events...
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After ages of owning iWeb and having it sit on my shelf I've fiinally started using it.
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Hi Norm. Was that a standard template? Looks pretty good!

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post #109 of 213
Sorry it took so long to get back to you.

It is really easy to alter the standard templates. But, the first page is a standard template, I just created images to replace the images in the template and did the same with the text.

After that, every time you create a new text box, it lengthens the page, automaticly.

But it doesn't do that if you add pictures. So to build on the template, you need to add a text box before you bring in a new image. ANd maybe do some kind of commentary beside it.

Apart from that, altering the templates is really easy. You can look at them asa start, but you can make them whatever you want. And if nothing suits you, load the blank page and start from there. Even the blank page gives you a title space and the page box, to place your text an images inside of.
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post #110 of 213
Okay, here's my little bit of the interweb

http://www.dai-towell.net
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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.

My website is: www.peacefulwaterscabin.com

The website is an advertising site to help promote an investment property my wife and I have put our hearts into over the last two years remodeling. It is a daily rental property that people can rent to experience the North GA mountains. We knew before attempting this adventure that a website will be a CRITICAL part of the success or failure of this investment. Any critics are welcome

It is my very first website creation using any kind of software. I did however use iweb and was overall very impressed. I felt some limitations with options and wish that it would have been easier to make changes to the templates. The great news is that I created it in about 45 minutes and overall feel like it looks pretty good.
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Anyone else have the iWeb "cannot save" error? That was the last straw that forced me to give it up. That and not being able to upgrade my blog from work... oh... and not being able to post inline Youtube videos...
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My website is: www.peacefulwaterscabin.com

The website is an advertising site to help promote an investment property my wife and I have put our hearts into over the last two years remodeling. It is a daily rental property that people can rent to experience the North GA mountains. We knew before attempting this adventure that a website will be a CRITICAL part of the success or failure of this investment. Any critics are welcome

It is my very first website creation using any kind of software. I did however use iweb and was overall very impressed. I felt some limitations with options and wish that it would have been easier to make changes to the templates. The great news is that I created it in about 45 minutes and overall feel like it looks pretty good.


It does look very nice. I too am amazed at how well iWeb works! What a great iLife product. I can't wait to see what they do with the next version of iWeb. Should be even better!
post #114 of 213
Here's mine........

http://mosesontour.com

Thanks for taking a peek.
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brentquebman.com - iweb certainly does make it easy to publish and update multiple websites.

The Good - Very easy to create or use one of the stylish templates available. Simply drag and drop pictures, text and links. Publishing to .mac is very easy and intuitive. My site was up and running within hours and I can make changes and upgrades little by little each night.

Improvements Needed - There are a few technical issues that are less than apple quality. When opening iweb sites on a pc, there are grey boxes that appear around pictures and lettering as the site opens. Looks a little clunky for a Mac application. Linking sites with google webmaster is difficult as the code is hidden. Loading flash into the site not very intuitive. Using keynote I was able to create flash animations but unable to easily load into iweb. Seems like an intuitive interface that allows changes in the code would be appropriate. Hopefully an update will be forth coming. brentquebman.com
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post #116 of 213
If you click on the FDHS Yearbook link in my sig, you will see a site created completely in iWeb.
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post #117 of 213
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some one comment on my site!

I like it very much. Someone put a lot of love into that site. It shows.

The red haired girl is very pretty.
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post #118 of 213
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i use .mac and have a homepage. so is iweb worth the price...what does it allow me to do that homepage doesn't and does it make it easier to get a quicktime short video to "my site"? i just post my photo albums right now, not much else, i have only one video clip of my girls singing for christmas. that's the only video that i would consider placing on my homepage etc, since i've had homepage. is it simpler to intergrate stuff....

I am replying to a really old post, but just in case...I use iweb 'o6 and find it great! Here is my site. iweb is so much easier to use than .mac homepage. I definitely recommend it. My only beef is that it doesn't allow flash movies, easy html insertion and ecommerce shopping carts so professionals who use a mac can really be professionals. I know I can add the code through a back door method, but I am looking for ease of use. Until then, it has been a helpful tool for me and I am doing more than just showing a few photos of my family. The site I built is my illustration portfolio for my work.
post #119 of 213
This is a rather stupid question but how can you best host a flash based website. I made one for a HL2 mod but im having trouble getting it online for some reason.

Please feal free to laugh at my question because i already know the solution will be really obvious.
post #120 of 213
This seems to be a nice Spanish site www.tilapia.com.mx I'll post mine when its done,cheers.
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