Applications :: Can Use IWeb HTML For Facebook Pages
Sep 26, 2009
To all those of you out there that have a custom tab on your Facebook Fan Page ... I was wondering if there was a way to use the HTML exported from iWeb '09 (into a local folder) for a FaceBook Fan Page custom tab (using "static FBML" application)? I don't really want to purchase Dreamweaver if I don't have.
To all those of you out there that have a custom tab on your Facebook Fan Page. I was wondering if there was a way to use the HTML exported from iWeb '09 (into a local folder) for a FaceBook Fan Page custom tab (using "static FBML" application)? I don't really want to purchase Dreamweaver if I don't have.
I accidentally double-clicked on a file named "Domain" which was really a backup file of my Site. My problem is that I had backed up my site a long time ago, after which i have made many changes. Now when I open iWeb it takes me back to the original days of the site. I still have the desired folder in "Sites", but can seem to get in onto iWeb. Is there any way to put my latest site back onto iweb?
I haven't setup time machine, I publish using Easy iWeb Publisher, I don't have have a Mobileme account
iWeb - How to add a HTML Shout Box? Seems like iWeb is all design only.. I know in dreamweaver. You could click the mouse somewhere on your design, go the HTML page of it, then paste your html code in there, the go back to teh design tab, and see your shout box there. Just wondering how I would edit some stuff into HTML with iWeb.
I have a group of students who want to use iWeb to create a website to show off some of their art work for university interviews. They have been creating the site and saving it before logging off a machine. They have been wanting to do more work on their websites, but have found no sign of the pages they created when they log into a machine and load up iWeb. Initially I thought it was because they were logging in on a machine different to the one that they had started creating the site on, so I got them to log onto the original machine, but still nothing. I then got them to export the files to HTML and then to re-open them in iWeb, but it won't let you do that. Any suggestions on how I may solve this problem? The students have network accounts, rather than stand-alone machines that they work on, so I know it's something to do with that.
I have worked hard at creating my businesses webpage with iWeb and now and have a hard time getting it recognized by Google and other search engines. I have an immediate problem and a secondary. First. I am working with Google Webmaster Central and they are trying to verify that I am the owner of the site. I have two options--insert a meta tag on my homepage or upload an HTML file.
After working through the Help menu, I was able to figure out how to add HTML snippets from the media bar. However, when I update the website, and go to the link they ask me to go for, it is not recognized as having it on the page. I think the problem is this: I am putting it on the page, but the directions from google have a very specific area that they want it in the code. So, is there any way of seeing the code so that I can literally copy and paste it in there? I can't seem to figure it out. Second: I want to add meta tags to increase organic search results but have no clue how to with iWeb. How do I add a meta tag? Here is my website: www.newfangledeats.com
I've just "upgraded" from iWeb '08 and published some changes to my home page, but now none of my html snippets show up? The only page I've uploaded to the server is the "welcome" page, but now none of the html snippets are showing on that page. I can see the html snippet when I "visit the published site" via the hard drive, but not on the web. Does iWeb '09 put the html snippets somewhere new? If so, where? Should I upload my entire site again now that '09 has updated all of my files? (I'm afraid my entire site will be rendered unusable if all the snippets are erased).
I tried to open a HTML file in iWeb not thinking it wouldnt open it. It said no it couldnt do it then closed. However everytime i open iWeb it now says the same thing."The Document "index.html" could not be opened" (With the iWeb icon and a big yellow "!" triangle.)Then i get a second box just the iWeb logo now "Can't open file "~/desktop/index.html."Then closes its self. Ive done two reboots. Deleted the file and still the same thing happens. Ive opened the package but cant see any preferences or anyhting to delete. Though i have deleted the iLife preferences form a folder. If i run iweb from the package contents i get a terminal window
Is there any better way of exporting a Pages document to HTML, other than exporting to RTF then exporting again to HTML? This approach works, but it produces odd-looking output that needs some manual editing.
I have 7 sites in my iWeb 09 I updated only updated 1 page on 1 site after I published it to mobile me all my pages turned from blue to red.and think they all need publishing again.so I publish I do one site, they turn blue for a minute then go back to red.
I made a website today, [URL], and published it to the Internet but the movies on it don't show up on the pages. I used blank pages for all the movie pages and each one has a 320x240 quicktime and a 320x180 wmv. Can you put movies on blank pages or do you have to use the movies pages templates provided by iweb to play movies?
Having created a web site on .Mac with iWeb, how does one get the site indexed by Google? Google already spiders my domain-hosted web sites on a regular basis, according to the reports generated by my ISP. Will Google ever find a web site hosted on .Mac on its own, or must I create a link to it from a page I know Google already spiders?
I am working on a website in iWeb and everything is going well so far except for these gray bars on the sides. It thought they would only show up in iWeb but they are in Firefox and Safari as well. How can I get rid of them. I don't really want my site just in the middle like that.
My hard drive blew & took everything with it (painful backup lesson learned!) My old iweb files exist on mobile me (.mac) and I can see the files in my idisk.Is there a way to get these pages back into iweb or do I have to recreate them from scratch?
Is it possible to have a secondary navigation bar to link off to a set of pages. For example on the main page I am going to have Topic 1 and when you click on topic one i want it to go to a page that gives a summary of topic one and also provides links to the sub sections of topic one. Is it possible and if so, how?
I made a website today, www.mediaeyemedia.com, and published it to the Internet but the movies on it don't show up on the pages. I used blank pages for all the movie pages and each one has a 320x240 quicktime and a 320x180 wmv. Can you put movies on blank pages or do you have to use the movies pages templates provided by IWeb to play movies?
We are designing Web website and we know about the snippets wreaking copy and paste but are there templates to your knowledge out there on that that would be like a questionnaire that already made up their work would I web I do not have to pay someone to do a custom build for? For instance I'm going to have a 31 question and answer survey. At the end of the survey there will be a review button. This will pop up in the client will be held to review all information and input. After they hit submit it will pop open to PayPal. Then the form will be e-mailed to the client and want to myself and with a database are you familiar with any websites that offer this template already designed that's compatible with my web?
I have created a decent Pages document that I will be mailing out, but I also have the need to email it to my clients and maybe post it to a webpage. I know I can save the doc as a PDF and send it that way, but I was wondering if there is a way to convert the file to HTML and use that in my email and website. Anyone have a tool or tip on how to do that?
My Pages document has a small table of data and a graph.
It would take me a long time to convert by hand in some other HTML editor as I am not good at that.
I have a 5-year old intel MacBook that I use strictly for browsing. In the last week or so, Facebook pages have taken forever to load. I have a 10mpbs internet connection (DSL) and all other pages load just tine on this computer. I have another Macbook with Snow Leopard (about 2 years old) and Facebook loads on it just fine. I've tried Safari and Firefox and I get the same results.
Info: MacBook (13-inch Late 2006), Mac OS X (10.4.11), Safari and Firefox
I've been having repeated kernel panics for a little over a week now. I've run disk utility, tech tools, the disk utility on the installation disk, remember ram test, installed a virus checker, reinstalled (archive/install) mac os x. I am not receiving any errors in the tests, but I am still having kernel panics. They always happen when I am on the internet, not immediately, but I'd say about 20 minutes or so into a session. I first started having the panics when I clicked on a link from someone's facebook page and a kernel panic immediately popped onto my screen. I've been having them ever since.
Here's my situation:I created a site using iWeb '08. Many months passed and I wasn't doing anything with that particular site any longer, so I nuked the pages within iWeb and have since worked on new projects.Now I need to do some work on that old site again.I have all of the created content in a folder that had been stored on my server, but I have nary a clue how to get it all back into iWeb again.
I've created a site with a theme in iWeb 08 that has been removed from iWeb 09. I've put a lot of work into customizing the theme, and iLife 09 is currently being shipped to me. In iWeb 09, can I still maintain and build on this site even though the theme is not included anymore? And, if not, is there a way that I can find the theme data in Finder and copy and paste that into the theme data files in iWeb 09?