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My attempt to make a music website. It required a lot of polishing and it consumed a lot of my time, but as I'm running out of ideas I'm also running out of capacity so its destiny is very uncertain.
PowerBook G4 (15-inch Aluminum) Mac OS X (10.4.6) 1.5 GHz, 1 GB RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon 9700, Combo, Mighty Mouse
Here's the link to our Travel Log:
We used iWeb to keep track of our travels on our 25th anniversary vacation to Barcelona, Florence, Rome, and Ravello. It was also a very nice way to share our trip with our friends and loved ones back home.
Unfortunately, until very recently I wasn't able to get the "Add a Comment" feature to work, so we were unable to have that level of interchange with our friends back home. It works now, but only a few folks have posted comments (our vacation was back in late March/early April).
We still like browsing the site, just to recharge the memories, and expect to continue to do so for months and years to come.
It was a breeze to develop & publish. As you will see, if you check it out, it's not terribly sophisticated. But it met our needs (well, ... except for the non-functional "Add a Comment" feature. The new features added with 1.1.1 seem to be a nice improvement, although we left this site unchanged.
Please feel free to browse the site and post any comments you might have!
iMac and PBG4 17 Mac OS X (10.4.6)iMac and PBG4 17, Mac OS X (10.4.6)
I have just recently put my website through some major overhauls. Specifically, the 'About Me' , 'Guest Map', and 'Media Gallery' page. I tried to develop my own theme, and to stay away from the ones provided by Apple. I wanted to keep it 'clean' and 'logical'.
Please check it out and tell me what you think! What can I do to improve it?
http://www.derekbalsley.comiMac, Mac OS X (10.4.4)
Need any help getting your iChat status icon working? I notice that it is still under construction... Feel free to chat me up anytime you catch me online....
http://www.dirtdoog.com <==look on my blog page to see my iChat status!
I've been looking through all the pages and I'm amazed at the variety of sites people have created. iWeb really seems to be letting people express themselves in a fun and easy way.
It's going to take me months to visit all these sites! Though I am sad to see so many broken links. Come on! Get those pages back up people.
Anyway, here is the link to my page.
Any comments or suggestions would be gretly appreciated. Also do any of you have any ideas on how to increase traffic to your site?
15 iMac, 1GB RAM, 800 MHz Mac OS X (10.3.7)
I've been looking through all the pages and I'm
amazed at the variety of sites people have created.
iWeb really seems to be letting people express
themselves in a fun and easy way.
It's going to take me months to visit all these
sites! Though I am sad to see so many broken links.
Come on! Get those pages back up people.
Anyway, here is the link to my page.
Any comments or suggestions would be gretly
appreciated. Also do any of you have any ideas on
how to increase traffic to your site?
15 iMac, 1GB RAM, 800 MHz Mac
OS X (10.3.7)
Apparently you have an invalid URL:
"Safari can’t open the page “http://web/mac.com/yensid98” because it can’t find the server “web”."
I think it should be:
Yep, that's it. Now I can see your site.
Message was edited by: raymac20" iMac G5 rev.B, 250GbHD, 2GbRam, Mac OS X (10.4.3)
I'm such a dope that I haven't even got a site up to the point that I'm willing to post it!
Just wanted to let you know about your URL.
BTW, you site looks really good!20" iMac G5 rev.B, 250GbHD, 2GbRam, Mac OS X (10.4.3)
"BTW, you site looks really good! "
I'm continually tweaking it and looking at the other sites in this thread has given me many ideas. There's a lot of inspiration out there.
I hope you have your site up soon!15 iMac, 1GB RAM, 800 MHz, Mac OS X (10.4.6)
I just started an iWeb photo blog recently. Just a way to share some photos from my career as a photojournalist for more than 13 years and a photo editor this past seven years.
Let me know what you think! I found it awfully easy to do. Though I'm an Aperture user, I move jpegs into iPhoto and then use the media browser to drag-and-drop photos into iWeb, write a few lines of text and hit upload. I also have a web page I did with GoLive but I haven't updated it in a long time. This will probably inspire me to redo that site eventually. (http://www.jphotog.com) That took a whole lot more work, which is probably one reason I haven't redone it.
I guess I could set up a photo blog in Aperture, but I haven't gotten around to that either. :-DMac G5 dual 2GHz (home) G5 Quad (work) MacBook Pro (eventually), Mac OS X (10.4.7)
Here's my site.
Some photos and a movie and an attempt at a guestbook!
also an attempt at a hidden area but slow loading of objects and pictures makes it difficult!
PowerBook G4 17" 1.67Ghz Mac OS X (10.4.7) Also have: PowerMac G5 (single core), PowerMac G4 Cube
Here's my site - http://www.terrydunnett.com.au/
'Caricatures by Tel'
Still having trouble with all the graphics loading so dumped using the images in photo galleries for cropped .jpg's - much better.
Powerbook G4 Mac OS X (10.4.7) 24" Dell LCD & old 20G iPod