Hi, my name is Tim Bowden and I am the bloke behind All About iWeb.

I have been designing web-sites since 1997 and run a large intranet site as a day job. I do not claim to be the world’s foremost expert on the subject, I do know a little about creating good looking, accessible sites.

How it all started

I was first introduced to iWeb 08 back in 2008 when a friend gave me an old iBook G4 and found that it could be used to create some really attractive and useable web-sites. The problems came when I wanted to do ‘more’ with my web-site; introducing interactivity and useability was not easy. That’s when I started to look around for iWeb tutorials and was disappointed with the lack of results.

With the belief that I couldn’t be the only one looking to take my iWeb sites to the next level I launched All About iWeb in August 2007 and I have been learning and publishing about iWeb ever since. This site, you may notice, is created in WordPress rather than iWeb; there are 2 reasons for this. To begin with, when I first launched All About iWeb I knew much more about WordPress than iWeb and after having written nearly 150 posts I didn’t want to have to rewrite them all.

What’s it all about?

In a nutshell, everything I have learnt since I have been using iWeb I want to share with you as iWeb tutorials or tips.  I believe that anybody who publishes a site to the internet has some duty of care to their visitors to create beautiful, standard compliant and accessible web-sites that users can enjoy and want to come back to and we can’t do that unless we expand the boundaries of what iWeb can do.

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If there is something you would like me to produce, perhaps in the form of an iWeb tutorial, drop me a line via the Contact page, or you can follow me on Twitter.

I hope you enjoy All About iWeb and look forward to hearing from you.