19 Jun 2011

Day 19 – Add SexyBookmarks to iWeb

6 Comments 21 Days

Ever since I added the SexyBookmarks icons to the bottom of all of the posts on AllAboutiWeb I have been inundated with e-mails from people asking me how it can be done in iWeb. Well there is a solution, and the key is with an HTML Snippet and a little bit of CSS. It is not me who came up with this concept but I have adapted, with very kind permission, a tutorial I found at Web Developer Juice, so that iWeb users can now have this popular look on their web sites too.

All of the files you need to add the SexyBookMarks to your iWeb site are available to download at the bottom of the post so fear not, you haven’t got lots of typing to do. Just follow the instructions I have provided and you should be ready to go in minutes.

Below is a screen shot of the new About Me page for Themes for iWeb and, as you can see, below the…

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6 Responses to “Day 19 – Add SexyBookmarks to iWeb”

  1. Reply MrG says:

    Hi,
    Got a little problem to change the font… I can’t use my Century Gothic…
    Any idea?
    Thx.
    G.

  2. Reply MrG says:

    First of all excuse my english …!
    When i edit the code and put “Century Gothic, serif” nothing change
    You can Check on my website : http://www.fleurdo.be
    Thanks
    Gilles

    • Reply Tim Bowden says:

      Mr G,

      I just sent you an e-mail. There is a problem with the code you used in the HTML Snippet. Take a look at the e-mail and try again.

      I hope it works for you.

      Tim

      • MrG says:

        Ok thanks a lot and …what a Quick solution !
        And by the way your 21 days are very usefull.

  3. Reply PFM says:

    Hi

    I’m really pleased with the bookmarks – but Firefox can see them and IE cannot – have I missed something?

    url: http;//www.solidwoodtoybox.co.uk (over here in sunny Lincolnshire!)

    Thanks

    Paul

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