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New to webpage design! Anything helps


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I am really new to all of this. I am trying to create a webpage and have no clue where to even start. The few people that have tried to help me have been PC users who get mad at my mac ( I LOVE my mac!) I was wondering if anyone knew of some resources for me.
I mainly want to put my photos on this webpage. My friend uses this program called Picasa to save batches of photos as a webpage instead of having to upload them individually. Picasa isn't compatable though. Does anyone know of a similar program for macs?
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iPhoto will make a web page for you by generating all the code and thumbnailing pictures. You will then just have to take the stuff it spits out and put it to a server.
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[QUOTE=vtupser]iPhoto will make a web page for you by generating all the code and thumbnailing pictures. You will then just have to take the stuff it spits out and put it to a server.[/QUOTE

Can I still do that without a mac membership??
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yes... ok in iPhoto go to file-> export click the webpage tab. go through the options and chose waht u want and then save it... u would then go to your host
( weather it be a geocities ro a paid host) and upoad the contens of the folders
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u could also try macromedia fireworks which allows u to create a website interface very easy and export, however it slices the whole page up and your webpage is basically an image, but its good if u want to look at designing more. iphoto sounds better for photos if your going to have a web album or gallery, etc

good luck
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Yeah, many programs can create webpages. Even in Microsoft Word, you can "save as webpage." Yes, .Mac accounts work to host these files.
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