I updated to 1.1 when I made a single change on one page I published selecting the "Publish Changes" option.
It borke all the links on the nav bar and that prompted me to go back to 1.0.1 and republish the whole site.
Luckily my PowerMac still had 1.0.1 all i did was duplicate it and replaced the one on my PowerBook which had the update.
I'm staying with 1.0.1 only because it's reliable and I don;t need any of the new features.
Not sure if this needs to go here or not. I'm having no problems at all with the iWeb 1.1 Seems to be working great for me, I used it to set up my class website so my students will be able to access my class podcasts and class blogs.
I would love to be able to switch between templates after a website is created. You know you set up the page using one template, but you'd really like to see how it would look in another template. I don't think this is possible, but I'd love to see it added.
14' iBook Mac OS X (10.4.5) Former Windows MCSE, MCSA, MCP who finally switched.
14' iBook Mac OS X (10.4.5)
I've something in the other thread, but no one seemed to answer there. Perhaps I didn't put it in right.
With the advice on these discussions, my upload went well. Comments work. But there are two things that aren't right.
1. The first is that my blog page on web.mac.com/emcsystems/ shows a squashed copy of my main picture - emc8co1 - in place of the podcast logo. I think the answer lies here: The%20EMC%20Blog_files/emc8co%7E1.png before a href equals itpc://rss.mac.com/emcsystems/iWeb/EMC_OTM/The%20EMC%20Blog/rss.xml (I can't really give more as it thinks I'm trying to HTML it).
I've deleted the podcast logo, uploaded, then tried putting it back, and the squished one returns. On my archive page and elsewhere, the podcast logo appears, but not on this page.
2. The RSS page now shows only the newest blog and not the older ones, where it used to just add further blogs.
These are not deal-breakers, but I'd like it to look nice.
iMac G3, eMac, Ti Powerbook Mac OS X (10.4.5)
For me iWeb 1.1 works now. I did a lot of research and spent much time reading the posts here and tried all out. but after all, it works. Comments are working, search is working.
The only things, that makes me feel like I am sitting on a windows PC is that every time I create a new photoage I publish the site first after 3 photos added then after every 6 photos added. So I do not run into the publishing errors...
That is not really the Apple style. So I hope, iWeb 1.2 is coming soon...
I'd love to use 1.1 but won't download it until Apple issues a fix for all the problems that I have read that others are having with it. My site is 'photo heavy' and also has movies. I too have noticed that the discussion boards have quieted down. I think that those who have had their sites affected by the 1.1 have probably for the most part reverted to 1.0 and washed their hands of 1.1. They most likely feel very let down by Apple.
I-Mac Mac OS X (10.4.6)
I haven't gotten 1.1 to work yet. My site was set up under 1.0.1 and everything worked fine. A couple days ago, I go into iWeb to make a couple changes and get the message to update the site for iWeb 1.1. I do so and get a publish error with one of my photos. I took it out and get the same error on another photo. I even got an error message about a photo that I had already removed
It's ironic that three pages of my site with several dozen photos each are working fine. It seems like everything I tried to change with v 1.1 won't work. Even adding a hit counter causes two pages to not upload.
I'm in the same situation as many of you here. I downloaded 1.1 and tried to update my website, which was a bad idea as iWeb proceded to trash the whole darn site. Now I get an error message when I try to access my .Mac website.
I agree with everyone else that this release clearly wasn't ready for prime time, or indeed even a Sunday matinee.
Apple, you've let us down!
iBook G4 Mac OS X (10.4.4) 80 GB HD, SuperDrive, 768 MB RAM (My extra RAM is pastede on yay!)