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Mace 01-23-2006 09:39 AM

Sites made with iWeb
 
I've been watching the Keynote (mostly to show my little brother the things a Mac can do :black: ) and I'm wanting to show him, and anyone else, sites made within iWeb. So if you'd like to plop down your site, please do.

Mace 01-23-2006 10:08 PM

Nobody has seen any or wants to post one they made up?

trpnmonkey41 01-23-2006 11:44 PM

http://rmullinsphotos.com/iWeb I threw that together in like 15 minutes, no real work involved

Fallooza 01-24-2006 03:24 AM

ive been playin around a little, here is a link

tiger1964 01-24-2006 07:34 AM

http://www.tigerdesigns-online.com

Here's mine :)

This is not on a .Mac account site, its on my own sitel.

Mace 01-24-2006 08:12 PM

Thanks for posting up guys.
Tiger I'm def. going to be doing some 3D work once I get my Mac, any suggestions. I plan on cutting my teeth with DAZ products.

macAttack 01-24-2006 09:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trpnmonkey41
http://rmullinsphotos.com/iWeb I threw that together in like 15 minutes, no real work involved

you played potsdam? as in Potsdam new york? My brother used to go there, there is NOTHING up there in NY. (except wade throught the 4 feet of snow)

trpnmonkey41 01-24-2006 09:34 PM

Yea. They are still like another 4 hours north of us but we throw a great social together so we play each year

tiger1964 01-25-2006 07:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mace
Thanks for posting up guys.
Tiger I'm def. going to be doing some 3D work once I get my Mac, any suggestions. I plan on cutting my teeth with DAZ products.


Mace,

If you are just starting out I would suggest downloading a copy of DAZ studio for OSX and the content bundle. Its free. Also check the freebies sections at DAZ and Renderosity. Its a great way to start in 3D without any financial outlay. One word of warning, it becomes highly addictive.......sooner or later you begin to lust for things!! Its real easy to spend money on this stuff.

After you've had some time in 3D, you may want to check out Poser 6, Bryce
(now owned by DAZ) and Vue 5 by EON software.

If your really serious after all this I suggest moving on to 3D modeling. There are several programs to start with. Wing3D is free. I use Silo, its not free but a very reasonable cost and they offer Windows and Mac versions (you can get both for one price).

Welcome to the madhouse!!

trapzilla2002 01-25-2006 12:42 PM

just posted some pics up there. took like 5 minutes. very easy to use the iWeb. i got iLife 06 and i really like it a lot.

http://web.mac.com/johnrobertleahy/i...as%202006.html

Mace 01-29-2006 09:30 PM

Fun stuff guys, anyone seen anymore online?

PromoPunch 01-29-2006 11:53 PM

Hey everyone,

So its safe to assume you do not need to use iweb's hosting to publish your pages? We are looking for an easy way to publish marketing articles and would love to use this if it works on our own domain.

Thanks!

digital_blue 01-31-2006 06:10 PM

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

Cheers!

db

mig.gentry 02-01-2006 12:05 PM

Is there anyway to make websites that fill the whole screen in iWeb. All the examples i see look like a column down the center of the screen, on bigger screens this looks really dull.

I'm not very confident as even Apple's own site sticks to this format.

WizzKid 02-01-2006 12:19 PM

Awww i was looking at iweb on the apple website and you have to buy ilife - which is pointless for me because ive got everything apart from iweb :( :(


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