06 Mar 2009

And the winner is…..

2 Comments Blah blah

Regular visitors to All About iWeb will know that for the past 2 months I have been running a competition to win an iPod Shuffle and accessories for the person who enters the best iWeb site without using themes (or changing the theme substantially so it didn’t look like a theme). Well I have had a look at the entrants and finally picked a winner.

Congratulations go to Brian Searl and his Insider Perks web site.

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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

01 Mar 2009

Safari 4 Beta as a iWeb developers tool. Yes or No

No Comments Blah blah, Software, Web Design

For those of you that will have read my short post announcing the release of Apple’s latest incarnation of Safari 4 Beta, you will know that I was fairly excited about the updated web development tools that had been promised by Apple. He is my review of the browser and those tools. Read more

24 Feb 2009

Apple have released Safari 4 beta

2 Comments Blah blah, Software, Web Design

safari_iconThat’s right folks. It has been announced today that Apple have released (as a public Beta) Safari 4. With this latest version of Apple’s browser they are promising us faster speeds, Coverflow, full page zoom and (best of all in my opinion) web development tools. Read more

24 Feb 2009

Add a form to your iWeb

28 Comments Software, Tutorials

Adding a form to your iWeb site does several things all at the same time. To begin with it adds interactivity for your users; a vital element for any site. It can offer site visitors a means of contacting the site owner, purchasing products, signing up to newsletters, answering surveys or providing feedback. Apple haven’t made adding forms to iWeb particularly easy but there are several sites available to us iWeb users that do the job equally well. In this tutorial I hope to explain how to add a simple contact form to your site which, when completed, will be e-mailed back to your inbox. Read more