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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
One of the best desings i've seen for a site created in iWeb. I like the lateral scrolling for your photos, but the "back" link should be closer to the beginning and maybe take you back to your portfoilo and not to the home page. It looks greate!

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hi, how are you hosting this? was it difficult to upload?
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www.ipramono.com
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I loved the site I created with iWeb until I went to upload it and realised I didn't have a .mac account ..... so I returned to RapidWeaver which btw is no slouch either.
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heres mine

http://web.mac.com/christm3/iWeb/Chr...e/Welcome.html
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I loved the site I created with iWeb until I went to upload it and realised I didn't have a .mac account ..... so I returned to RapidWeaver which btw is no slouch either.
Sure you don't need an .mac account to use iWeb, granted it's a pain in comparison but it cane be done.

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I know you can be hosted most likely by someone other than .mac but my ISP give me 20mb free webspace so I upload my RapidWeaver site to that ...

Doesn't it also cost for your iWeb site to be hosted someplace else though?
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Nope its exactly how i do my site Pulse

Just like you do any other host, you just copy the "site" folder and "index.html" to the server that you are hosted on and voila

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I made mt Boy Scout Website eith iweb. pretty easy. took me 2 hrs. just press enter when you press the link. i cant find how to go directly to page. if anyone knows, please mail me at chefanator@gmail.com

http://www.troop331.org

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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
greyS60, can you tell me how you setup your website in iWeb so the names of all the pages are not displayed at the top? You have yours on the side. Also, do you know how to set it up so a link for each page isn't on each page?

I want to be able to link to some pages from only a single page, not all of them. Thanks so much!
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Christopher,
I have to highjack this thread momemtarily to comment on your avatar. That choc is so beautiful! We lost ours 3 years ago (hit by a car) and she looked a lot like your pic.

Alright, continue on with the web-sites. btw, some good links here. I'm still contemplating a web-site but haven't taken the plunge yet. I'm so slow at things like that. :girl:

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This seems to be a nice Spanish site www.tilapia.com.mx I'll post mine when its done,cheers.
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http://web.mac.com/jazzdall/iWeb/Jazzdall/Welcome.html
Just something to use up my iDisk space.
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I built europes largest wakeboarding website with iweb - www.wakestuff.co.uk
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I built europes largest wakeboarding website with iweb - www.wakestuff.co.uk
Man, actually like that website quite a bit! Great job
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