30 May 2009

Add tables to your iWeb site

11 Comments Tutorials, Web Design, Widgets

Tables used to be everywhere in web design before some bright spark invented CSS. They were used to build a site and get everything looking as it should, in the right places. Nowadays they are less frequently used in the building of a site because of the problems browsers have with displaying layouts consistently, however if you want to display tabulated style data a well built table can work wonders. Read more

29 May 2009

Questions from the week – 2

5 Comments Tips and Tricks, Web Design

Having been away for the best part of last week and the weekend I came back to a rather full inbox. Some of the questions sent to me will make excellent tutorials so I won’t answer them here this week. Here is a selection of the rest of the queries e-mailed to me. Read more

19 May 2009

Why use iWeb for blogging

32 Comments Blah blah, Tips and Tricks

Over the last few weeks I have been asked a couple of times whether or not iWeb makes a good blogging tool. The term ‘iWeb Blogs’ is also becoming more and more popular in my stats for search engine terms used to find All About iWeb. So here is my take on whether or not you should use iWeb as your blogging tool of choice. Read more

18 May 2009

Questions from the week.

26 Comments Tips and Tricks, Web Design

An idea struck me last night as I was answering one of the many e-mails I receive about iWeb that I could collect the questions and publish the more frequent ones every week so that everyone can benefit form the answers. So here goes the first week.

If there is anything you want answered about iWeb you can drop me a line through the contacts page and I shall try my best to help. Read more

15 May 2009

Do you check your iWeb site before you publish?

6 Comments SEO for iWeb, Tips and Tricks, Web Design

iWeb allows you to create beautiful web sites, simply and quickly but when you have finished are you one of those people who just hits the publish button or do you check your site first to make sure everything is as it should be ‘under the hood’ before going live. Here is a list of things you should be doing before you press that green arrow icon and show the world your masterpiece. Read more