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chucker
 
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2006-01-24, 16:58

I prefer Transmit.
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Yonzie
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2006-01-24, 17:26

Cyberduck is nice and free. Transmit is good, but just doesn't work for me... I forget why though.
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johnny5w
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2006-01-24, 17:37

Fugu is great and free as well.
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2006-01-24, 17:48

Yuck, Fugu.
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2006-01-24, 17:52

another vote for cyberduck.
I use it to upload all my websites - does the job, does it well.

Doesn't finder have ftp built in? I thought I read this but maybe confusing it with the 'Wish List'

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Pierre
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2006-01-24, 18:27

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www.dbt-u.com

It was quickly created in iWeb then uploaded to the server.

I'm not 100% happy with iWeb because it's kind of hard to make small updates to the site if it's not on .mac. But for a quick and dirty tool, it's nice. I could see this working very well for people who have no experience with web site creation. For me, it was just a trial run.
This is nuts! You have the same area code as me. Hmm..
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Brad
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2006-01-24, 18:30

Same here. There appear to be a good number of North Carolinians on this site.
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johnny5w
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2006-01-24, 20:35

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Originally Posted by chucker
Yuck, Fugu.
If you need SFTP, Fugu's the way to go.
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torifile
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2006-01-24, 20:42

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If you need SFTP, Fugu's the way to go.
Transmit does it too. I <3 Transmit.
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2006-01-24, 21:49

For SFTP I use Fetch, since my University provides it free. I've used Cyberduck too though, and it's pretty nice. The cool thing about Fetch is that in the 5.1 beta they added Automator actions, so it should be pretty easy to set up automatic webpage uploading with iWeb. I'll be trying that once I get ahold of iWeb.
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2006-01-24, 23:49

Mine here: http://web.mac.com/joshl75/iWeb/Site/Blog/Blog.html

I like iWeb so far, quick and easy, a nice suppliment to my main site. A couple things it needs, is the ability to work on your site from multiple machines, and a way for readers to post comments would be great. Cant wait for the first update.

Last edited by JoshL75 : 2006-01-24 at 23:51. Reason: html oops
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2006-01-24, 23:51

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I could see this working very well for people who have no experience with web site creation.
Sounds like me.

I didn't want to learn another programming language -- I pretty much got tired of anything like that 18 years ago. I'll spring for the new iLife if I upsize the hard drive on my iBook.
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Brad
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2006-01-25, 14:05

Note: I have split the tangent about iWeb-generated XHTML/CSS into a new thread here:

Code created in iWeb: just how bad is it?

Please post any code-related discussion/criticisms/praise there.

The quality of this board depends on the quality of the posts. The only way to guarantee thoughtful, informative discussion is to write thoughtful, informative posts. AppleNova is not a real-time chat forum. You have time to compose messages and edit them before and after posting.
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2006-01-25, 22:46

I'm getting misaligned pictures appearing on the front page of the blog when I use custom sizes.
The pictures look fine on that days page, but on the main one a couple of the pics overlap other ones.

Anyone else getting this?

I'm going to try and remake the custom pics the same size as the template and see if that helps.

/I'd post a link to my iWeb, but it's for tracking my DVD projects at work and not for public consumption (tho' industrious people could easily figure it out probably).
//If you do figure it out, please don't post it. Please.
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Brad
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2006-01-25, 22:54

Is it the one starting with a "geisha" blog entry? If so, it looks okay here. Maybe I misunderstood your explanation of the problem.
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2006-01-25, 23:01

No, it's the main page (if you click "Blog") that shows several days entries.

I just resaved and published again to .Mac and all looks well now, but I've been having this problem for a couple of days - but only with the images that I've made a different size from the template picture that I'm replacing.

Maybe it just needs a few minutes to propagate on the server.

Anyway, thanks for looking in Brad.
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2006-01-25, 23:14

Yeah, the main page is what I was seeing. Geisha, Are We, Slow, Lazy.... etc. Maybe I was looking into the future and saw the new version before you updated it?

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2006-01-26, 00:58

You saw the right page, but many times the images (thumbnails) for each day are misaligned.
It's happened whenever I've been unsatisfied with the template image size and replaced it with my own image at a different size.

I think it's a timing thing or a cache thing now that I'm thinking about it.
Seems to resolve itself soon after I publish, so it's pobably on my end.

If I experience it again I'll grab a screenie.

Thanks again.
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2006-01-27, 12:40

Quote:
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I am gettin iweb soon and am just curious what some people have done with it so post links!
http://web.mac.com/blueeyedphotographer/iWeb
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2006-01-27, 12:44

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wow those are nice.
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2006-01-28, 02:15

So no one is getting thumbnail location anomalies on the front page of the blog?

I have a custom sized pic (i.e. not the same size as the template picture I replaced) and each time I publish it floats into a different position.
Example

Once I publish, I can see that the positioning is wacked, so I reposition, save then re-publish - which is not great task, but I'd just like to know why it's occurring.
Any ideas?
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2006-01-29, 21:15

Does anyone know of any websites popping up yet that are dedicated to iWeb, kina like iPod lounge or something? I tried to list my blog on photoblogs.org but couldnt because of some .mac domain issue. . .
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ronmexico
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2006-01-30, 10:45

Is it me, or do the iWebs using a .mac domain seem very slow?
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2006-01-30, 12:14

This is a test site that I am working on for the local high school football team. I'm trying to get it up and running before 4 on 4 starts up in June, and especially before practice starts up in August.

I'm new to website building, so it really looks basic. I am able to access it fairly quickly from both Macs and Winboxes.

http://web.mac.com/cckmso/iWeb
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2006-01-30, 12:49

Quote:
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This is a test site that I am working on for the local high school football team. I'm trying to get it up and running before 4 on 4 starts up in June, and especially before practice starts up in August.

I'm new to website building, so it really looks basic. I am able to access it fairly quickly from both Macs and Winboxes.

http://web.mac.com/cckmso/iWeb

Ha, my cousins go to Port Neches-Groves.. It sure is a small internet out there
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2006-01-30, 12:56

Here's mine... and I apologize in advance for how long the images take... couldn't be bothered to optimize them, iWeb and drad and drop make it so easy to be a lardo...

http://web.mac.com/gbcrorkin/iWeb
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2006-01-30, 13:03

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Your photos are really, really nice. So vibrant, they're awesome.
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Messiahtosh
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2006-01-30, 19:14

How do you post the linked iTunes URLs within an iWeb page?
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2006-01-30, 20:22

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How do you post the linked iTunes URLs within an iWeb page?
Just drag a playlist to iWeb. Simple!
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2006-01-31, 08:32

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Just drag a playlist to iWeb. Simple!
Sweet, thanks!
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