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    An iWeb template...
    I have finished this template for iWeb....
    http://homepage.mac.com/mraya/templa...l/Welcome.html
    It is pretty simple, a good way to learn how to deal wih them, any opinions?
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    Nice Template!
    What did you make it with?
    How do you add that to your template list?

    Thanks,
    Digg

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    A lot of work inside de code of the original template, to add it to your your list you have to download the pieces, put them in place and the register it. There is a good tutorial to achieve that here:
    http://web.mac.com/sboben/iWeb/11Mys...lates%202.html

    EDIT: You can download it here:
    http://web.mac.com/mraya/iWeb/site/Templates.html
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    I'm thinking different... iMac, Macbook, iPod Touch, 10.5 - Leopard
    Good stuff!

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    tenbellys
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    It looks nice and very simple how ever examining your source code that isnt so tidy. You have alot of style tags placed on divs.

    You might want to consider moving that into a css file just to keep it tidy.

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    Ya, i agree. Gotta convert to css for cleaner code.

    Furthermore, you can have the roll-over effect without images at all. Just use css hover property.

    Very nice template btw ;-).

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    I have been working only with iWeb, so basically all the code work is done in XML to create/modify the template.I agree with you, CSS would be cleanner and even easier but it wouldn't work as a template and iWeb would mess it again every update. I don't know why the original templates have so many negative attributes, i have been experimenting to see what happens when you clear them, this is my first encounter with XML so i didn't want to mess it too much. Thanks a lot for the opinions!
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    tenbellys
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinQ
    Ya, i agree. Gotta convert to css for cleaner code.

    Furthermore, you can have the roll-over effect without images at all. Just use css hover property.

    Very nice template btw ;-).
    just a little addition to this, if your designing for windows users the :hover tag only works on ie6 when your using it on a link

    if you do it on anything else like a div to change a background colour you need js.

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