As promised in Part 1 of this series of posts on Search Engine Optimisation for iWeb sites here is Part 2. This time it’s all about meta-tags, what they are, where and how to insert them and how to make them work for you. To do this I shall also be delving into the world between the ‘head’ tags of an iWeb site.
A quick request for you all this time, I am very close to completing an iWeb 08 theme that I plan to offer on this site under the ‘freebie’ section, but before I do offer it I was wondering if anybody would mind installing it on their machine and giving a bit of a run through then let me know of any problems Read more
If, like me you are a regular reader of blogs all over the internet you may have notices a large number of them have (usually in the sidebar) a ‘tag cloud’. For one of the best examples I have found on the net check out the side-bar of Web Designer Wall. Although this may look like a random collection of words, related in someway to the web-site or blog you are visiting it does, in fact have a very real purpose. In this tutorial I want to show you how to create your own tag cloud and explain why than can help your blog. Read more
Ok, so I admit it. iWeb 08 is a fantastic, simple to use web design tool but it is lacking in some departments. So today I am going to write about and give you a bit of an insight into some of the free apps you should be using to improve your iWeb sites. All of the apps I talk about in this post are available to download and should be included in your ‘iWeb Toolbox’ if you are serious about designing a web-site that works. Read more
A few weeks ago I received an e-mail from Debs over at gofrolic asking me if I knew of ways of improving the default RSS feed that iWeb produces. She publishes recipes on her site and noticed that her feed did not include all of the pictures that she had inserted into her post that showed the various stages of the cooking process. At first I had to admit defeat but am now able to offer a solution to the problem, which not only allows images within posts to display in an RSS feed but also will allow you to put an RSS button anywhere on your site (rather than just the blog, thanks iWeb!) Read more