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Hi,
I am new to the Mac experience and totally loving it mostly.....
Whilst i had understood that Mac's are the most and best, the last word in easy to use innovative computer experience,
I am struggling with the following;

Have been trying to find a code that i could apply to iweb 08 for display on my websites to host a 'Rolling Tag Cloud'
If anyone has not encountered these yet, please look here
Rolling Tag Cloud
I would be very grateful to any adviser :}

n.b I am also having diabolical trouble in applying any Falling Snow effect to one of my websites
The London Snowman
and again, any advice??
Other than these issues,
I am loving the mac!
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NOTE: Moved to more appropriate forum.

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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Apologies for wrong Forum, & Thanks.
Besides that useful bit of Re-Positioning....
Does Anybody have any idea about applying Rolling Tag Clouds to iWeb 08???
Or should i consider saying
"Hi im a P.C. and i can do things a Mac cant even consider...."
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