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I hadn't seen the original Mars Attacks cards....I have a near complete collection of the cards that came out with the movie. It was interesting to see the '60's cards. Love the presentation!
thanks glad you like them - so do i :mac:
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I bought the name from www.namesecure.com which will let you register any name you want and point it at another page. So I registered jeffcma.com and pointed it at my .mac address.

Costs 8 bucks a year. It's very good and they offer other stuff too.

hi i'd like to do the same with my site - how do you point it at your
mac iweb site?
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http://web.mac.com/xhan/

I just wanted to see what it can do - its great for publishing little portfolios, otherwise I'll stick to good old notepad and html
nicely done - cool :mac:
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i've done as jeffma.com suggested in this thread

i.e. buy the domain name ( a few dollars) and pointed it at my own iweb site

the benefit i find is a tidy address, when linking to your site :mac:

go here
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Looks good!
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www.imachambers.com

Its my first attempt at a site and there isnt much content yet but Id appreciate your comments.
It seems to be slow loading, not sure why.
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Just built this site and I still think I have some work to do. But here it is, I am open for any suggestions of constructive criticism.


www.yucaipaswim.org
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Ok, here is mine
I'd like to know how to get music to play when a page opens...
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This is a work in progress, but it does very well in tracking. I do go back and manually enter metatags in an HTML editor.

I would love to be able to change the entire theme once in a while - even to have to reformat a few things - the way Keynote does.

Made on a Mac with iWeb!
http://www.iko-iko.com

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Very good site Graham Wood! I have a couple of questions:

1. What theme did you use to create that?
2. Did you modify your background image and if so was that hard?
3. How did you get the different fonts to work?
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Sorry if these are basic questions but I will be getting my 20 inch imac tomorrow and want to start making a webpage very soon and want to customize my site as you did.
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I think someone else might have asked this, but why do pages made with iWeb load so slow?

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I made mine on iweb...I really like the freedom to customize the pages and change it from the original templates. Let me know what you think.

http://www.tobycphoto.com
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I made mine on iweb...I really like the freedom to customize the pages and change it from the original templates. Let me know what you think.

http://www.tobycphoto.com
its pretty nice but when you click the portfoilo there is no link to the home page and its to wide. i like to scroll down not across but other than that good job
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I think someone else might have asked this, but why do pages made with iWeb load so slow?
I think the problem is that the image format that iWeb uses is fairly large.

There was a hint on osxhints.com on how to reduce the file size and improve loading times.

I hope they expand functionality a bit in iLife '07. I'm looking for an easy to manage web site (I currently do mine by hand), but iWeb just isn't there yet for me.
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