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ok so i just bought my domain name and host. Now im just woundering if Imac is a good way to do my site. Its a digital art website that shows my work and also sells some prints and such. Does this sound like something Iweb is good for? also anyway to create my opening page of the website like a flash page something like this site- hashttp://www.dissian.com/
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Any computer should be fine for web development as it is largely platform agnostic. iWeb might work for you (only you will know for sure) but it is fairly limiting. If you just want a simple site and are new to web development, it might be a good choice. Aside for that, you are going to want to explore alternatives.

As for Flash, you are either going to have to buy Flash or download/buy a Flash template and use that.

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also when creating my homepage, how do i add buttons to link to the other pages to my site?
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also when creating my homepage, how do i add buttons to link to the other pages to my site?
If you're using iWeb, just highlight the text / picture you want to use then click Insert > Hyperlink.
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