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Man, actually like that website quite a bit! Great job

Thanks! Its in it third 'version' at the moment and in a few months, it will change over to dreamweaver and flash - just as soon as i figure out how to use them as well as iWeb.
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I like this site,I'm trying to do a site like this.I'm learning iWeb newly..
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Hello,

Here is my iWeb Site - http://www.SpecialEdition.me.uk

Will probably do a revision when the new iLife surfaces and some of the pics need updated.

Btw... it's quite slow to load!

The packaging said 'Windows Vista or better', so I got OS X

SpecialEdition - My iWebSite
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http://www.danielhorne.com

http://www.jenhorne.com
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www.pictureme2.com

I create everything using iweb and iphoto. If I have time, then I would use photoshop. I love how easy it is to sync all my photos, caption, watermark my pics, and one button publishing to the web.

How to make extra money in Event Photography~
http://www.pictureme2.com
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www.pictureme2.com

I create everything using iweb and iphoto. If I have time, then I would use photoshop. I love how easy it is to sync all my photos, caption, watermark my pics, and one button publishing to the web.
That's nice!
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Heres mine: http://web.mac.com/morgantm/Site/Welcome.html
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heres mine: http://web.mac.com/liamwillis/Site/Home.html

comments welcome.
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How did you get the Leopard desktop pics already?

Black MacBook -- Nikon D40X
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heres mine: http://web.mac.com/liamwillis/Site/Home.html

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Looks good! How did you get the jukebox on your main page? That's pretty cool. Too bad you can't put it in a page frame so it keeps going while navigating through the site.

"Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"
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heres mine: http://web.mac.com/liamwillis/Site/Home.html

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It's really nice! I loved the Leopard desktops!
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Glad to see this thread is helping everyone share their creations. It's given me a good way to demo the range of what iWeb can do.
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http://www.deathaday.org
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Heres mine. I just got my .Mac account, it's pretty sweet.
http://web.mac.com/robmac21/Homepage/About_Me.html

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I built my alpine skiing/skating club site with iWeb:

http://www.topdogs.no/ (only in Norwegian I'm afraid)

Since the response times on .Mac pretty much stinks here, I'm using another webhotel, making it a pain in the *** to upload changes... So I'm planning on moving this site to Rapidweaver instead.

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