I saw that you edited your origianl post that I received via email on my iphone. I really don't appriate the language that you used or implying that I was ******* lazy.
"So you are too ******* lazy to learn and educate yourself!"
When I come on to these forums, it it becuase I am under the gun and I have already tried to search keywords without sucess. I will report you if you ever use implied language toward me or send me a condesending reply.
Here is your origianl reply.
1:45 PM (0 minutes ago)
Apple Support Communities
Re: how do I code in iweb
created by Wyodor in iWeb - View the full discussion
I'm sure you searched for answers to all these unique questions, haven't you? But you couldn't find the answers?
So I offer you some help :
The concept of iWeb Sites
I am very new at iweb, because I liked the templet and don't have a lot of time to read manuals.
So you are too ******* lazy to learn and educate yourself!
This solved my question Go to the message, sign in, and reply or mark the response as correct or helpful
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Sent from my iPhone, pardon the typos. My fingers are too big for this keyboard.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 20, 2012 11:13 AM (in response to nelsonmay)
He didn't edit the post the forum monitors did.
When iWeb uploads the site to a ftp server it uploads the site folder which is the same as the site name you gave it: Letters_From_Your_Nightly_Nelson.
You have two options:
1 - rename the site to something short like your name or last name.
2 - publish your website to a folder on your hard drive and upload just the contents of the website folder to your server. That will remove the site name from the URL.
Thanks. That helps until I can sit down get a grip on this program. I hate they are no longer supporting it. It is easy to use.I guess I am spoiled with DW4 doing all the work.
I hope you guys take care of that guy that posted against me. He doesn't need to be doing that to people on this site. I also clicked on the first link he sent and it went to a database of highlighted keywords, sothing I did before I asked me question.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 20, 2012 10:13 PM (in response to nelsonmay)
I had the same problems, here what I did to make it work
1: publish to a folder
2: Use SEO Tool for iWeb (http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/seo-tool-for-iweb/id421512800?mt=12) (free by the way) to edit my header so that Facebook and google analytics will work
- facebook:just need this line in the header <meta property="fb:admins" content="--insert you fb user id--"/>
- google analytics, just cut and paste the code they give you for the header.
- the rest of the code I inserted in iWebs HTML Snipets, like the facebook comment code.
3: Use FTP or built-in publish tool in SEO Tool to upload to your site.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 21, 2012 7:19 AM (in response to martincouture)
It's not the Facebook "Like" button but the "Comment", it should be the same principle.
to see it in action, Each photo album page has the code. The main photo album page loads very slowly but does not have any code, so I suspect an iWeb issue.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 23, 2012 10:11 AM (in response to nelsonmay)
I did that last evening. I think I have the original copy somewere on my HD that I can't find the path to. I made a folder like you said and am using filezilla. Is there an origial path that iweb saves the first time you build a site. I searched in finder and only came up with the site within the folder I created.
Can that be confusing the SEO program?
Currently Being ModeratedApr 23, 2012 10:45 AM (in response to nelsonmay)
Possibly. Use the Open Website button in SEO to navigate to the website folder that you intend uploading to the server and apply your titles. Then make sure that't the site you upload to the server.