Share your .MAC home pages==

in iPod + iTunes + AppleTV edited January 2014
Just signed up for a trial offer---debating if it's worth it, maybe as i get better at it, i feel mine is weak,

not like some semipro job ,a bit lackluster. i wish i had more choices or more spots on the home page to put links like yahoo, weather, text, mail etc.when you become a full member do the choices increase. I know there are lots of features some of which you can't get with other web hosting services, my cable isp adelphia offers 10mb of freee space but i have to build it my self with some composer or for 3.95 they offer a webbuilder wizard to help build one. I just want to share photos and have some nifty look to my home page. Is there a template for page of text mixed with what we did for the summer, etc. Show me what you have done so i can learn. I'd like it to look better , or add more links/pictures to the home page. I wonder how these compare to non apple people...we need to show up the wintel crowd--with that apple at the botttom of the page it might help people see the advantages of apple computers and switch some folks. Help me learn more. are there tutorials available?


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    paulpaul Posts: 5,278member
    hey did you get referred by anyone? if not I call your registration as one of mine!

    you can check out my site if you want... i haven't touched it in more then a year it seems like almost... a lot of it needs work... especially my public folder... I have a lot of crap in there...
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    nofeernofeer Posts: 2,427member
    I took a look, how did you get the multiple boxes for pictues?
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    eugeneeugene Posts: 8,254member
    Didn't even have anything up in my account until last week, because the options are so thin.

    seb may recognize the tune...

    There's really not a whole lot you can do with the .Mac HomePage tools other than make photo albums, newsletters, iMovie pages and stuff like that. You can get around the built-in templates if you know what you're doing. If you want a 'home page' like a web portal with an Apple look, then there's always
  • Reply 4 of 21
    Here's my Homepage:

    Fairly simple. If it weren't for Apple, I probably wouldn't have a website since I don't know anything about programing.

    And yes, there is a Homepage tutorial available. See the .Mac website.
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    nofeernofeer Posts: 2,427member
    So how did you get the multiple panes, if i use the same metal look and add albums are they added as boxes like yours did?
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    eugeneeugene Posts: 8,254member

    Originally posted by NOFEER

    So how did you get the multiple panes, if i use the same metal look and add albums are they added as boxes like yours did?

    That multi-album page is just a different kind of a HomePage option. You can choose them under the "Site Menu" tab in the .Mac HomePage builder.
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    macusersmacusers Posts: 840member
    Here is mine. I am testing .Mac and doing a review for it later. the links do not work though because I did this a while ago and changed servers
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    boba fettboba fett Posts: 56member
    I have been using .mac for over a year and feel it's totally worth it. I certainly like it just for syncing my powerbook and powermac. Aside from putting photos up on the web effortlessly, I use the public folder to transfer large files to friend and clients.
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    blue2kdaveblue2kdave Posts: 652member
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  • Reply 10 of 21

    Originally posted by blue2kdave

    If anyone likes scuba diving, you might like our site.

    Nice pics dave. What camera are you using?
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    bspearsbspears Posts: 147member
    If anyone likes classic Camaros here is my homepage. Thank you apple and .mac.

    bob spears
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    ad6ubad6ub Posts: 4member
    How about mine !

    Not much in there yet. But, I like as simple as possible.


    Hope, You don't mind that a little bit nudity.

  • Reply 13 of 21
    jaredjared Posts: 639member

    Originally posted by Eugene

    You can get around the built-in templates if you know what you're doing.

    You mean like my site... ?

    (yes that picture is me...when I was like two years old...)
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    bka77bka77 Posts: 331member
    Great Page Jared, very nice design!
  • Reply 15 of 21
    mggmgg Posts: 124member
    Most of these sites look pretty cool. I'm thinking about getting a .Mac account myself.
  • Reply 16 of 21

    Originally posted by boba fett

    Nice pics dave. What camera are you using?

    It's actually just a Sony PSC-D1, with the Sony underwater housing. Thanks for the compliment. Feel free to email me if you have any questions about gear, I've been doing it for awhile, including some video.
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    rbfoyerbfoye Posts: 77member
    Here is mine. Includes a summary of a DVD I did with my apple about three days I spent with Mr. Olympia, the top bodybuilder in the world.
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    thegeldingthegelding Posts: 3,230member
    anybody having problems adding to their homepages??

    i am getting this message over and over today as i try to add a new page:

    An error occurred while uploading one of your files.

    Please check your network connection and click Retry to resend your file.

    my network connection seems fine (i just ordered photos from iPhoto and have no problem with mail and the internet)....



    EDIT: opps, 20th try was the charm i guess...working now

    my site is here

    any of these photos show up at and i kill each and every one of you

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    bartobarto Posts: 2,246member

    My page is basically in two parts, a blog and a resources section.

    I'll update it next sometime today.

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    james bjames b Posts: 21member
    Mine is:

    Lots of text at the moment. Thinking of starting again and doing it all in flash! Don't know yet.

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