One of the reasons we all use iWeb is because it makes building beautiful web-sites simple, and here is a list of some of the more good-looking ones that can be seen on the Internet. Some are designed using iWeb 2.0.4, some with iWeb 3 and 3.0.1 but they all have the same thing in common; the designers haven’t stuck with a standard theme and have instead opted for a bit of individuality. Read more
Okay, so not a post about iWeb this time I know, but this coming Sunday (5 April 2009) I am taking part in the Paris Marathon and would like to raise money for the Royal Air Forces Association. If you would like to sponsor me please visit my JustGiving page and give what you can.
Thanks very much.
P.S. Normal service will be resumed after I have recovered (sometime in 2010 🙂
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
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