Archive for Software

31 Mar 2009

iWeb 3.0.1 Upgrade – did it work for you?

3 Comments Blah blah, Software

Apple announced an update to iWeb 09 on 26 Mar, stating that it would address issues when publishing to FTP servers as well as other minor issues. Since iWeb 09 went live I have received loads of e-mails from iWeb users saying that they were having problems uploading to their web space via FTP and the list of posts on the Apple iWeb forums has been tremendous. Read more

14 Mar 2009

Alt tags in iWeb – How and why you should be using them

11 Comments SEO for iWeb, Software, Tips and Tricks

During my review of the Rage iWeb SEO Tool  I touched on the subject of alt-tags for images within iWeb and how they can not only improve your SEO rankings but improve the accessiblity of your iWeb site. The purpose of this post is taking it all a little bit further and going into a little more depth to help you understand the whys and wherefores of alt-tags and how to add them to your iWeb site. Read more

11 Mar 2009

SEO for iWeb – Rage iWeb SEO Tool

10 Comments SEO for iWeb, Software

iweb-seo-toolBy far and away the most popular search term for finding All About iWeb is ‘iWeb meta-tags’ so obviously the majority of you visiting this site are trying to make a concious effort to improve the search engine standings of your iWeb site. Adding certain meta-tags to your site is one way to help and Rage iWeb SEO tool is one of the simplist ways of adding these meta-tags. Read more

06 Mar 2009

Add search to your iWeb site

33 Comments Software, Tutorials, Web Design, Widgets

We all know that the iWeb blog comes with a built in search facility that only works if you host your site on a MobileMe account (thanks for that Apple!!), but what do you do if you are hosted with a different web host of your choosing? The answer is simple: we turn to the masters of search Google and/or Yahoo to help.

Read more

03 Mar 2009

Check your iWeb site hyperlinks

3 Comments Freebies, Software, Tutorials, Web Design

How many times have you visited a web-site, read a bit of juicy information, clicked on the link that appears within the text only to find that the link doesn’t work? Infuriating isn’t it. Now just imagine that feeling and apply that to your site visitors. Can you see where I am going with this? Read more