The default iWeb themes are upon first glance, very nice. They are however, few and far between and to make your iWeb site stand out from the 1000s of others using the same theme you need to add an element or two. Simple but effective effects can be achieved just by using many of the freely available fonts that can be downloaded from the Internet. By following these few simple ideas you can give your iWeb site a unique twist. Read more
At the start of the 2009 I posted a competition on All About iWeb for you all to win an iPod Shuffle by posting links to your site, designed in iWeb but without using a theme. There were a few responses but, hand on heart, I was hoping for a few more. To that end I am going to start a series of tutorial posts on how to build a great looking iWeb site, without too much effort. To kick things off I am starting with a grungy style site. Read more
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
By 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
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.