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I was wondering about upgrading from iLife 06 to 08 for the extra features that you get, such as the google maps intergration. However, looking on the Apple website there are a few comments that say it is buggy and has deleted stuff from there website, such as the front page . As this website is for a business, it is vitaly important the everything functions well. I you want to take a look at the site here is the URL: http://www.paintyourownpot.co.uk. Thanks in advance!
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Just my opinion, but if the website is for a business, I'd look at some more powerful software. iWeb is great for tooling around with a personal web page, but it's not quite what I would call robust.

Have you looked at something like Rapidweaver? It's a bit more powerful, and yet it's still pretty easy to use.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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Hey, if ur in the uk, i can build some good static websites, good professional designs, if ur interested just email me at lewisfullerton@mac.com

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