Archive for Tutorials

05 Sep 2008

‘Back to the top’ links in iWeb

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Have you ever visited a really long web-site that you have found really interesting and once you have read all the way to the bottom you then have to scroll all the way back to the top to get to the nav-bar again? Perhaps you have created a long blog entry or a page with lots of photos and you want to provide a link at the bottom of the page that says ‘Back to the top’ so your site visitors don’t have to get cramp in their scrolling finger. Read more

30 Aug 2008

Adding a favicon to iWeb – Part 2

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Following on from my first post on Adding a favicon to your iWeb site (which has proved to be by far and away my most popular post to date) several people have asked me how to set up MassReplaceIt so that they can carry out the necessary replacement of the HTML in their site before they publish. So in an attempt to help you all out here’s a quick tutorial. Read more

28 Aug 2008

Add comments to a non MobileMe iWeb blog

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One of the main reasons I use WordPress for this web-site rather than iWeb 08 was the lack of functionality of the blog pages if I wanted the site hosted anywhere other than on MobileMe. Yes it has RSS but the search function and comments for example, did not work and, although I think I could put up without the ability to search a blog (I would just make sure that I had very good navigation) I don’t think that I could live without comments. Read more

24 Aug 2008

10 Top Tips for iWeb users

9 Comments Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

Although I haven’t been using iWeb for that long I have come up with the following 10 top tips that have made my life easier when it comes to designing a good looking site. If you can think of anymore why not share them with us, add a comment!  Read more

22 Aug 2008

Add social bookmarking to your iWeb

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If, like me you spend a lot of time on the internet reading blogs you will notice that a large majority of them have, in one form or another, the ability to add the blog post or page to a social bookmarking site. There are loads about, sites such as StumbleUpon, Digg, or Facebook to name but a few. Read more