Let's see your sites made with iWeb

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  1. bbergie macrumors regular

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    Well, I've checked the forums and found a similar thread, but the inventory was rather small and contained far too many dead links to be useful. Let's try this again:

    If you maintain a website created with iWeb, post it here and share it with the community.

    Here's mine.
     
  2. mrloser1 macrumors newbie

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    Hey bbergie, nice site. You move away from the pre-made-iWeb-template-looks, which I guess is a good thing. Did you create a completely blank page and do it all yourself, or did you drastically change an existing one?

    Anyway, here is mine, which is still in development. I needed a quick and dirty site to host my podcast (The World Domination Podcast) and I plan to update it ...sometime. The whole thing is kind of on hold.
    http://web.mac.com/mkmorari/
     
  3. bbergie thread starter macrumors regular

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    mrloser1,

    It's been a while since I first constructed my site. (I purchased iWeb 1.0 when it first became available, in the winter of '06.) If my recollection serves me correct, I think I began the construction of my site by choosing the background colour and moving forward from there. I've done significant updates to my blog's design over the years, all of which added to and enhanced the original design or concept, rather than scrap it and start anew.

    b.
     
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    Trick Racing/ATV Performance...

    Here's a site I made for my friend, he builds custom ATVs and engines for all kinds of sand bikes. I made it with iWeb 2.0.2. I'm always working on refining it. So it changes a little every now and then.
    http://www.trickracing1.net
     
  7. davidwes macrumors regular

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    Edited*** Needed something that was easier for other people (ie Windows users) to edit and correct so I stoped using iWeb. I still use it though for my own site http://www.davidwesdance.com
     
  8. bbergie thread starter macrumors regular

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    I like the look of your site. It's nicely arranged with a good balance between text and photos. With respect to your question about text, you have to remove special features, like shadow, and use fonts that your browser can render. Web safe fonts include times new roman, helvectica, arial, and georgia. If you stick with such fonts, iWeb will generate your page with text, rather than images.

    Hope that helps. Good luck.
     
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    I made two sites pretty fast, one for my grandfather his model construction of trains and wooden boats. One for my dad his company and what he did,

    they are both test sites, also a little for me to practice, it's been a year and a half since i made them, so i have evolved.

    one for grandfather: i can't show it because it's a site based on a link to my computer as server, and it's off, and i don't have the files anymore :rolleyes:

    one for my dad: www.marktech.be

    they are ready for refreshments
     
  11. hpoppe macrumors newbie

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    My son Clay and his wife Emily used iWeb to create this site to share my wife Barbara's poetry which she wrote to express her feelings about living with metastatic breast cancer for 12 years. She died in June.

    http://mric.net/~bpoppe
     
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    I love the splash screen! You've inspired me.
     
  17. lkauffma macrumors newbie

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    My website

    Below is my website created using iWeb and hosted with my .Mac account.

    www.photosbyldk.com
     
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  19. skinnybeans macrumors newbie

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    here is mine!

    web.mac.com/skinnybeans

    I pretty much just ripped off one of the templates because i was feeling lazy. But i think the pages turned out ok!
     
  20. xappeal macrumors regular

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    There have been some pretty cool sites,

    Here's mine, haven't updated in ages but:

    middle years science
     
  21. James.Paul macrumors regular

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    Here is my Landscape Photography website which i've just about finished. I designed all the pages in iWeb 1.1 and then did a bit of tidying up in Textwrangler. I've also added a few scripts for extra functionality that you can't add in iWeb. The link to the site is http://www.jamespaulphotography.co.uk

    Hope you like it
    James
     
  22. djearlybird macrumors regular

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    Some great sites using iWeb guys....

    I am a Tech Ed teacher at the high school level. Here is my website where I post my students work, so they can share it with their parents & friends. Comments are ALWAYS appreciated. Thanks! :D

    http://home.easdonline.com/chillotm/
     
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    Just created this the other day to showcase my photography http://web.mac.com/tmaher3

    Obviously, it requires much more work but I like the general layout so far.. Comments are always appreciated. Thanks.
     
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  25. rennafire macrumors newbie

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    Wow, there's some good looking stuff here!

    Here's mine, designed initially at the publisher's urging to promote a book. Since then it's evolved as a catch-all for classes being offered, client/promo stuff and - lately - a link for a couple of obits, just because I could zap these out in a hurry at a point people were stressed and needed info on memorials and such.

    www.rennashesso.com

    Hosted through MacHighway, uploaded via Fetch - what a learning curve! Feedback is welcome - and how the heck can you add a shopping cart?

    PowerBook G4
    iMac G5
     
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