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Apple's site is like that too. iWeb follows apples philosophy that you don't need to maximize screens to take up the whole screen, the app can decided based on the info you need to view. Apple's site isn't made to take up the whole screen either


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I have a question about iWeb. I just recieved my iLife 06 that I ordered. I installed it and immediately opened up iWeb. It says that I have to publish to a .mac account. What is that about? Is it possible to set your website to another domain? I would like to buy a domain, but before I do, I would like to know the information that I need, also any domain sellers that you have preferences to. Thanks
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Please feel free to close the Mac box. It is annoying as best and I wish they would remove it. You can publish to a folder and upload to your site via any ftp program. I am using a free one called Cyberduck to publish.

As far as webhosts and domains, there are many options. I use 1and1.com, it works for me but may not meet your needs. Do a google search and you will find many.

http://www.tigerdesigns-online.com
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www.dreamhost.com is fantastic. promo code MAXIMUM gets you 1 year domain and server, i think 1tb of bandwidth and like 20gb of storage (bandwidth and storage go up every week you have the service), for like 30 bucks

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I highly recommend www.godaddy.com for cheap domain names and great service, and i've used www.hostnexus.com for years for our hosting while not running our own server.
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Hey folks. I just registered here. Seems like a nice forum. I just redid a site I'd previously made, this time using iWeb. I has some issued with iWeb that brought me to this forum. I'll hunt around for my answer before asking any questions, but here's the site that I just made:

www.locksport.com

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I didn't even know groups like that existed, seems pretty slick. Nice site too :black:
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I was working on this... any opinions?
http://web.mac.com/mraya/

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I just finished making my company's website in iWeb. Domain forwarding by GoDaddy.com.

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I just finished making my company's website in iWeb. Domain forwarding by GoDaddy.com.

www.digitalmemorieshome.com
Nice site! Although, you should take a look...on most of your pages, the navigation bar lists "Video Demo," but on the "About Us" page it says "Demo." It's a small thing, easy fix...

I'd also consider adding a few more pictures. For example, on the "about us" page, it would look nice to have a column of them going along the side.
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I was working on this... any opinions?
http://web.mac.com/mraya/
I like!
The orange tint ibook picture is quite fun and you have a nice selection of informative links on your page too.

Can you explain "notebook" a little more to me, it looks interesting but I'd like to know how it fits into your everyday workflow.
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hey, of course i like iPods. Well check my site out and please give your opinions. i have no expereince in making websites. Here!
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hey, of course i like iPods. Well check my site out and please give your opinions. i have no expereince in making websites. Here!
Cool site!

On a different subject, you need to make sure your signature meets the rules. It is has too many lines.

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ok sorry, i didnt know, i will change it. thanks for telling me
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Can you explain "notebook" a little more to me, it looks interesting but I'd like to know how it fits into your everyday workflow.
Think of a real life notebook but working in your computer, you can copy an d paste text, images, links, files, almost anything except tables. I use it to keep articles, it copies the files into the notebook so i can keeptrack of it, also i use it for my clases for notes and things like that. basically to keep information handy. Try it, i t has 30days demo.

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Sounds interesting, I use an actual physical notebook to keep track of mac programs I find interesting or websites I might find interesting while away from my main computer. I'll have to check it for sure, thanks again!
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