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    another iweb question
    Since I have had my new mac I have spent the majority of the time playing with iweb. now that I have a site built and published how do I get it seen.
    If it makes any difference I published to my mobile me account.

    thanks in advance

    In case you are wondering how bad my first attempt is, here is the link.

    http://web.me.com/rdsii64/Shooter64

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    I checked it out a little. Your "About Me" needs some proof reading. Nothing serious.

    I would guess by the enthusiasm on the pages that you hang in like forums elsewhere. So one thing you might do to get noticed is post a link in a signature. The text you can add at the bottom of your posts.

    When you have an interesting blog entry or page that applies directly to someone's question or a discussion, post a response with a link to that blog or page entry.

    Many sites fill in the Keywords and Description meta tags at the top of HTML pages. These become part of the indexing in search engines. This is a big hassle when using iWeb because it doesn't allow for it. You could manually do it but you'd have to do that every time you updated the page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xstep View Post
    I checked it out a little. Your "About Me" needs some proof reading. Nothing serious.

    I would guess by the enthusiasm on the pages that you hang in like forums elsewhere. So one thing you might do to get noticed is post a link in a signature. The text you can add at the bottom of your posts.

    When you have an interesting blog entry or page that applies directly to someone's question or a discussion, post a response with a link to that blog or page entry.

    Many sites fill in the Keywords and Description meta tags at the top of HTML pages. These become part of the indexing in search engines. This is a big hassle when using iWeb because it doesn't allow for it. You could manually do it but you'd have to do that every time you updated the page.
    Thanks for the helpful tips

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    another Iweb question
    Being a new mac user I am just tickled about how easy iweb is. I do however have one question. When I got my site up and published it works like it supposed to. the catch is that there is a log of unused space on both the left and right sides. How do I make use of this space?

    Thanks.
    Here is my page:Shooter64

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