Download iWeb 3.0.4
This update improves overall stability and addresses a number of minor issues. This update is recommended for all iWeb 3 users.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1413?locale=en_NZ
iWeb '09: Glossary
Glossary Term Definition AdSense ad A service provided by Google that allows you to place advertisements relevant to the surrounding page content on any page in your website. You earn revenue from Google when your website visitors click ads. blog A web-based journal (or "weblog") that can contain text, photos, and other media. browser An application you use to visit websites. Mac OS X comes with a browser called Safari. Domain file The file on your computer that contains all your iWeb website data. domain name The root (the first part, after "http" and "www") of your site's web address, or URL. For example, the domain of the site www.example.com/index is "example.com." FTP It is a protocol used to transfer data from one computer to another through a network, such as the Internet. iWeb has a built-in FTP (file transfer protocol) publishing capability so that you can publish websites to third-party hosting services other than MobileMe. homepage The first page that appears when you visit a website. Sometimes called the "start page," "default page," or "index page." hyperlink Text or an object you can click to initiate an action, such as going to another webpage or opening a document. Most text hyperlinks (also called "links") look different from surrounding text (they're underlined or in a different color) to indicate that you can click them. MobileMe A subscription-based Internet service provided by Apple Inc. Your MobileMe account provides one-click publishing for your iWeb sites, ad-free email services, photo and video sharing, online backup, synchronization, and more. For more information, visit www.me.com. As of June 6, 2011, you can no longer sign up for, upgrade, or reactivate a MobileMe subscription. Anyone with an existing account will continue to have access to MobileMe products and services at no additional charge until June 30, 2012. navigation menu The website table of contents. The navigation menu lists pages in your website as links that visitors can click to go to a particular page. iWeb automatically creates a navigation menu for your website. podcast An audio or video file that is like an Internet radio or TV show. You can produce your own podcasts and let visitors download them one by one, or they can download new episodes automatically through a subscription. RSS RSS stands for “really simple syndication.” When visitors subscribe to the site’s feed, the updates are sent to the RSS reader of their choice. URL The website address, which you enter in a browser to go to the website. (URL stands for uniform resource locator.) A typical URL looks like this: http://www.apple.com web The web (or World Wide Web) is all the sites, pages, text, media files, and links that people interact with when they get connect to the Internet. Although it is common to use the terms "web" and "Internet" interchangeably, the Internet is actually the hardware and software network upon which the web is built. webpage A single page within a website. Also called "page." website A collection of individual webpages that are linked together into a website. Websites are usually organized around a theme, an individual, or an organization. Also called "site." web widget An object that embeds content from the web into any of your webpages; for example, a Google map or a snippet from another website such as YouTube.https://support.apple.com/kb/PH5337?locale=en_NZ
This update refines comment and search support for blogs and podcasts published to MobileMe. It also resolves some issues related to publishing sites to MobileMe.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1104?locale=en_NZ
iWeb makes it easy to create a website that’s stunningly beautiful — and totally you. Start with an Apple-designed theme, then customize it with your own text, photos, movies, and podcasts until it’s exactly what you want. And switch themes with a click anytime. Learn more about iWeb . What’s New in this Version This update addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability, and addresses a number of other minor issues.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL15?locale=en_NZ
This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: Addresses an issue when using the iSight Movie widget on certain Macs Addresses an issue publishing iWeb sites using FTP Improves compatibility with Mac OS Xhttps://support.apple.com/kb/DL1356?locale=en_NZ
This update addresses issues when publishing to an FTP server and other minor issues.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL804?locale=en_NZ
iWeb is the easiest way to share your photos, movies, audio and playlists* on the Internet via stunning web pages, online photo albums, blogs, and podcasts. Apple-designed templates let you create beautiful websites in minutes, and the iLife Media Browser makes adding your media as simple as drag and drop. You can even select items from within the other iLife applications and send it directly to iWeb . With a single click, iWeb encodes your pages, updates your RSS feeds, adds any required passwords, announces your site to friends and family, and publishes everything directly to .Mac. Learn more about iweb What’s New in this Version iWeb 1.1.1 refines comment and search support for blogs and podcasts published to .Mac. It also resolves a some issues related to publishing sites to .Mac. iWeb 1.1.1 Updater will update your iWeb version 1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.1 if it is in your Applications folder and you have not changed its name. You need an administrator password to install this software. The administrator name is shown in the Accounts or Users pane of System Preferences. For more information, see Mac Help, available in the Help menu. For more information on how to use iWeb , see iWeb Help, available in the Help menu when the application is open, or go to www.apple.com/support/ iweb . Finding answers and instructions iWeb Help: Open the iWeb help that is available when the application is open for onscreen Help, printable documents to get you started, and a set of online multimedia tutorials (online tutorials are also available at www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/ iweb ). Apple Online Support and Updates: If you have a question that is not addressed in iWeb onscreen help or tutorials, open iWeb Support that is available in the Help menu when the application is open and you are connected to the Internet (or go to www.apple.com/support/ iweb ). Product Information: For general product information, go to www.apple.com/ilife/ iweb . * A note about copyright This software may be used to reproduce materials. It is licensed to you only for reproduction of non-copyrighted materials, materials in which you own the copyright, or materials you are authorized or legally permitted to reproduce. If you are uncertain about your right to copy any material, contact your legal advisor.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL357?locale=en_NZ
iWeb is the easiest way to share your photos, movies, audio and playlists on the Internet via stunning web pages, online photo albums, blogs, and podcasts. Apple-designed templates let you create beautiful websites in minutes, and the iLife Media Browser makes adding your media as simple as drag and drop. You can even select items from within the other iLife applications and send it directly to iWeb . With a single click, iWeb encodes your pages, updates your RSS feeds, adds any required passwords, announces your site to friends and family, and publishes everything directly to .Mac. Learn more about iweb What’s New in this Version This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in iWeb .https://support.apple.com/kb/DL321?locale=en_NZ
iWeb makes it easy to create a website that’s stunningly beautiful — and totally you. Start with an Apple-designed theme, then customize it with your own text, photos, movies, and podcasts until it’s exactly what you want. And switch themes with a click anytime. Learn more about iWeb . What’s New in this Version - This update addresses compatibility with Mac OS X.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL132?locale=en_NZ
How can I add a album from "photos" to "iweb"?
Hello, yesterday I made a update for photos. Now all is new. I also work with iweb . It was possible to add a album from photos to iweb very easily, but now it is impossible. It seems that it does not compare with. Can you help me?https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7017696?language=en
can i still use iweb
can i still use iwebhttps://discussions.apple.com/thread/5822823?language=en
Facebook button in iWEb
iWeb deletes sites when I publish locally
the English pages were published. But iWebSites still shows all the pages and versions from my website and blog. All the website versions and pages can still be found in "Username / Library / Application Support / iWeb " folder". Not that it's the end of the world but it is annoying having the "Sites" folder acting weirdly. I am using iWeb 3.0.4. Does anyone have any idea as for why an entire site can disappear from the "Sites" folder in my username section? Thank you guys, Yvon.https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7506705?language=en
Cannot publish with iWeb
I have been using an iWeb site for years. After Apple stopped supporting it I got a new online host for the site. Although iWeb is antiquated, it still has worked with my new MacPro Retina. I was able to publish several new pages on my site last summer, from the new MacPro Retina. However, I now have a new page ready and tried twice today to publish it. It says it is publishing, then it says it is finished, but the site online has not bee updated. I do not know what to try now. I have nothttps://discussions.apple.com/thread/7351278?language=en
I upgraded to Yosemite. Am I screwed as far as uploading photos to my IWeb pages since IPhoto has been replaced?
I upgraded to Yosemite. Am I screwed as far as uploading photos to my IWeb pages since IPhoto has been replaced?https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7162570?language=en
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