Original release date of the E-Book:

November 13th, 2009 v.0.8



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November 23rd, 2009 v.0.9



News:



- Multiple websites
- Multilingual sites, includes how to add a "Translate this page to (any language)" widget to your website
- Two iWebs
- Blogging (WordPress), including how to best integrate iWeb and WordPress
- Website for a group
- Business solutions, includes how to build a store like the one on http://iwebfaq.org/e-books/ from which you bought the E-Book

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December 17th, 2009 v.1.0



News:


- How to build your own theme (kind of...)
- Google search box for your website (Search within your own site)*
- Faster loading websites
- How to protect your website from being hacked*


Minor updates:


- "How to add columns" in "Introduction to iWeb"
- Corrected some mistakes here and there
- Added page breaks so that each chapter now starts on a new page


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January 3rd, 2010 v.1.1



News:



On FAQs I linked to from other FAQs I added a "What links here" part. A lot of internal links for you to easily find your way back to the FAQ you were reading.

- Photos FAQ
- FlashAlbumExporter plugin for iPhoto (FAE)
- Adobe Lightroom and SlideshowPRO created slideshows
- Highslide JS *
- Auto-Fading text *
- How to disable right-click on your website *

*E-Book-only FAQs

On the website I added a few new sample-pages (Have a look at them for your inspiration!):
- http://iwebfaq.org/site/Search.html
- http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Anchors.html
- http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Auto_scrolling.html
- http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Auto_fading.html
- http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Disable_rightclick.html

Minor updates:


- I completely rewrote "How to offer Downloads in general" since it was awfully written
- Corrected some mistakes here and there

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January 23rd, 2010 v.1.1.5



News:



- Auto-Fading photos slideshow * (New, unannounced and amazing) (Requested by Henry. Thanks Henry for your testing!)
- In the "Google search box FAQ" I added
"How to see the terms/keywords people are searching for on your website in Google Analytics"
which I think you should have a look at if you're using the two services.
- Of the missing FAQs I added CoverFlow and General tips

*E-Book-only FAQs

On the website I added a new sample-page (Have a look at it for your inspiration!):
http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Auto_fading_photos.html

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February 17th, 2010 v.1.2



News:



- Basic HTML-Codes knowledge base* new chapter linked from all over the book which should make things easier for you when editing codes (I hope it does!)
- Accordion menu*
http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Accordion_menu.html
- How to add a snow effect to your website
http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Snow.html
- How to customize the appearance of the comments (IntenseDebate)*
- Auto fading photos slideshow: How to have the photos changing manually*
- The best way to integrate iWeb and WordPress: How the Redirection plugin works in WordPress* is now explained directly in the book.

Minor updates:



- Tear-down menu code which now lets you open page in new windows too and works also in HTML Snippets.
- iFrame code to iFrame a particular part of a page now works for external websites as well (perhaps to include a news-ticker)
- I updated the disable right-click code
- I also updated the Auto-Scrolling text and images code and tutorial
- I added a code for Rollover buttons or images without link

Since copying from the E-Book and pasting doesn't maintain the formatting (such as line-breaks) I added a "Download source code" link to download a .txt file to some codes (open it in TextWrangler) which should make it easier for you to actually use and edit the codes. In other cases I added a .txt file with the code in the source files.

I slightly changed the Contact chapter of the book.

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April 11th, 2010 v.1.3



News:



- Sliding image menu
http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Slide_image_menu.html
- Floating menu (or float anything else) *
http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Floating.html
- Photo changing on pageload *
http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Photo_pageload.html
- Login form
http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Login.html

Minor updates:



- How to delete a website from iWeb or from the web in the Introduction to iWeb chapter
- A personal note on The importance of Facebook for business in the Social networks: Tell a friend, StumbleUpon and Facebook chapter
- Added what I found to be the best music player in the chapter about Music and audio
http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Best_music_player.html
- I slightly updated the chapter about adding a Favicon to your website
- Other minor updates I don't remember

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May 19th, 2010 v.1.4



News:



- Basic web-knowledge base
A chapter explaining how to use relative paths.
- Movies and Flash content
How to add a Flash video player to your site.
- Forms
On my website I added a chapter where I tried to explain how to build your own form (Chapter 3) http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Feedback_Forms.html also discussed: what you should be concerned about when talking about forms.
- Business solutions
I added a chapter called "Booking system solution" which explains how to setup and use Google Calendar for that purpose. The chapter may also be useful if you're not interested in a booking system but are interested in how to use Google's calendar.

Minor updates:



- Photo changing on pageload
Mark contacted me by e-mail asking me how to keep the photo changing on pageload from being a link and being clickable so I added it at the end of the chapter.

- Fixed some bugs and mistakes

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August 10th, 2010 v.1.5



News:



- Introduction to iWeb *
I added a chapter about "I don’t like to have the sitename folder displaying in my URL. How can I get rid of it? How can I shorten my URL?"
- Embedding movies with HTML5
Discussed more extensively than on the website.
- Building websites for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with iWeb *
A few general tips
- Business solutions
How to add a vCard to your contact page
- Intense Debate Comments
A new and easier way to add comments to your site. Using the same code for all pages and no need to have an extra page for each page as in the previous method. If you added the comments with the previous method and now want to add them with the new one you will lose the old comments.
- Social networks
The chapter was split into three chapters: ( A ) General introduction, why you should mind about social networks even if you don't like them; ( B ) Tell a friend and StumbleUpon; ( C ) Facebook and Twitter. The part about FB was almost completely rewritten and now includes how to add the new FB Like buttons, FB Comments, How to automatically stream your blog to Facebook and Twitter, how to stream your Facebook to Twitter and much more. See the appropriate page on the website to know what's new and how it works http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Facebook.html
- Basic HTML-Codes knowledge base
Under "How to make links and image-links" I added how to keep the blue border which displays in some browsers around image-links from appearing. There's a simple fix for that.

Minor updates:



- Sliding image menu *
I slightly changed the code and the tutorial. If you tried to implement it into your site without success you may want to try it again.
- Auto-Fading text
At the beginning of the chapter I added: Note that this code offers only a fade-in effect. There is no fade-out. If you want to have a fade-in and a fade-out effect you could make images with text on them and use Auto-Fading photos instead.

At the end of the chapter I added: If you have two separate lines in a single fcontent using
and want to make the bottom line smaller or different colors […]
- Multilingual websites and other FAQs
were partially rewritten in the hope of making them easier to understand
- Faster loading websites
Optimized, published to a fast server, fast internet connection but still slow?
- Rollover images and buttons
Improved the code to control the border
- Fixed some grammatical errors
please remember that English isn't my first, nor is it my second but it's my third or fourth language so if you find some errors please feel free to tell me. Thanks!

and more I don't remember...

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October 25th, 2010 v.1.6



On my website I added a wish list http://iwebfaq.org/site/Wish_List.html for you to tell me what you would like me to discuss in future. Of course you can also send me an e-mail for that purpose. For questions please refer to the Forum instead, thanks!

News:



- Calendars (p. 237 onwards)
The chapter about calendars was almost completely rewritten. MobileMe updated its calendars which also implemented a change in how to integrate the calendar into your website. I created a chapter on how to use Google calendars. I added how to use iCal+MobileMe+Google Calendar (Why you would want to do that? To get the calendar displaying in month-view on your website and frankly it looks better) and how to use iCal+Google Calendar without MobileMe.
- Business solutions (p. 300)
How to add your products to Google's shopping products search engine http://www.google.com/products *
- iFrames and "Frames" (p. 92)
How to have a TextBox with vertical scrollbars without using an iFrame*
- Image map (p. 166)
Can I have small windows (tooltips) popping up when people point their mouse over part of the image (on mouseover)? Can I have different parts of an image linking to different pages? See the example here: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Image_map.html

Minor updates:



- Social networks (Facebook) (p. 270 onwards)
The chapter about Facebook was almost completely rewritten. Facebook changes the way a feature is implemented into your site about every two weeks. As soon as I write something Facebook changes everything again. It's driving me crazy...

and more I don't remember...

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December 18th, 2010 v.1.7b



News:



- Toggle, Hide and display * (p.169)
A new chapter which explains how to have some content hidden when the page loads and displaying once people click on a link. Examples are found here: http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Toggle.html
- Display random photos, text or links (or anything else) * (p.220)
In previous versions of the E-Book you could only have photos or photo-links displaying randomly on pageload. Now there's a new code for that which allows you to display random text, text-links, photos, photo-links, videos or anything else you want. See http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Random.html for examples.
- Tables (p.230)
I rewrote the FAQ about tables on my website and now included it in the E-Book too. The reason why it wasn't included earlier was that I wasn't happy with it. Now I'm very happy with this tutorial. Page on the website http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Tables.html
- Google Maps (p.287)
This chapter was published on the website a few weeks ago. It includes a short intro to the iWeb widget as well as a short intro on a further customizable way to use Google Maps. Examples at the bottom of this page: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Google_Maps.html

Minor updates:



- Drop down and tear down menus (p. 138, p.143)
The chapter was split into two: Drop down menus in iWeb, Tear down menus in iWeb. The Drop down menus chapter was completely rewritten.
- Anchors (p.122)
The chapter was only slightly updated. It now states to add the Chapter1GoHere code which has to be replaced by MassReplaceIt into the main TextBox for better results instead of adding an extra TextBox to your page for it.
- How to build a store like http://ebookstoretoday.com (WordPress) (p.294)
Now sends you to http://wordpressfaq.org/site/how-to-build-a-store/ for the tutorial where I'm trying to make it more complete, detailed, illustrated (still a work in progress...). Remember that this can be used to either sell your E-Books as I'm doing, your Music in either digital or CD format, T-Shirts, Handcrafts, Paintings or anything else you may want to sell and to me it works really great. I'm very happy with it.


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January 17th, 2011 v.1.8



This is a major update and a general overhaul of the E-Book. In short: I decreased the number of pages in the Table of contents, I decreased the number of pages in general (without eliminating any content!), increased the content by adding Mouseover photo album, Five Star rating system (Bonus Chapter) *, improving the Basic HTML Code knowledge base (Note about combining various codes of different tutorials you find in this E-Book and about how to write content in HTML to be used in codes) and much more... Details are found below.

There's now a free sample copy with reduced content available for people to see what an E-Book looks like and how it works.


News:



- Basic web-knowledge base (p.16)
I merged two sub chapters into one "What is the root of a server/website? How do I upload a file which is not added directly to iWeb? What will its URL be? (images, .mp3 files, flash files, .html files, .zip files or any other file...) (READ ME!)" since it's much cleaner and clearer this way.
Did anyone read the Relative paths subchapter? I guess you didn't understand anything. I completely rewrote it and now it differs absolute paths and relative paths. Also in this subchapter I added a note on how to use the tutorials you find in this E-Book on local. It's much better now!
- Basic HTML Codes knowledge base * (p.21)
The chapter in general is more complete now. I also added some new subchapters Note about combining various codes of different tutorials you find in this E-Book and about how to write content in HTML to be used in codes as well as two other subchapters: Stylings for borders which can be applied to images, image-links,
, iFrames, ... as well as Adding captions to images in HTML, Stylings for fonts and text formatting was almost completely rewritten and more...
- Working on two computers (p.45)
Now includes how to use Dropbox to manage your site from different computers (I've always been skeptical on what concerns Dropbox but it's actually really great!). I would recommend you to use it for all your important data!
- Wrap text around objects (p.95)
This chapter was missing from the book and nobody told me?! :-) I also included how to wrap text around HTML Snippets and in HTML (if anyone wants to know)
- Mouseover photo album (p.213)
See it in action here:
- Alternative HTML (p.71)
Was completely rewritten. Since some people seemed to struggle a bit with it I rewrote it as an illustrated step by step exercise for you to follow it and get how it works.
- Five Star rating system (Not working on MobileMe!) (Tutorial written for HostExcellence but your server may work very similarly) (Bonus Chapter) * (p.319)
How to add a rating system to your website. Have a look at the bottom of each of the pages on my http://iwebfaq.org website and at this page for examples: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Rating_system.html
- Floating menu (or float anything else) * (p.159)
Added a new code in the source file: Fixed Footer Bar. See example at the bottom of the sample page: http://iwebfaq.org/sample/iWeb_Floating.html and added the following note to the tutorial for it: "If you want to use the Fixed Footer Bar make sure you place the TextBox with the text to be replaced by MassReplaceIt into the Footer of your page and make sure it is on top (ctrl+click, Bring to front). It is recommended to not anything in it which needs to expand"

Minor updates:



- Display random photos, text or links & Auto-Fading text (p.216 and p.92)
I added the following sentence on both tutorials which is really important since otherwise it won't work...

"The text you enter as the content has to be typed in all as a single line. Of course if you want some text to start on a new line you can do it by adding a
tag in the text. But in the code it has to be one line for all the content (no tab key)."

I hope you get what I meant with it.

- Columns (p.97)
I got a note from a reader telling me it didn't make much sense to have Columns as a subchapter of Introduction to iWeb which is true since iWeb itself doesn't feature columns so now it's a chapter on its own and I added how to have Columns in HTML
- HTML Snippets and Widgets (p.69)
Was completely rewritten.
- Popup windows (p.81)
Added a short note on having the window opening from a rollover and added the code to the Source code file
- Rollover buttons and images (p.168)
Added the following note: "To have multiple rollovers in one HTML Snippet or to add multiple rollovers on the same page with Alternative HTML give each rollover button a different name. In the examples above the name of the button is sub_but displaying three times per code."

Further I did re-read the book, I corrected some grammatical errors here and there and partially rewrote various tutorials hopefully making them easier.

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April 4th, 2011 v.1.9




News:



- Basic HTML Codes knowledge base * (p. 21)
Added how to use classes for styling. Added "transparent" in the background styling. Added line-height in text stylings. Added a note: When working with codes use simple quotes since using curly or intelligent quotes may break the code (important!)
- General tips on building a website * (p. 35)
The chapter was almost completely rewritten and I think it now contains more useful tips than it did before
- Drop down menu * (p. 144 onwards)
Basic instructions on how to customize the appearance of the drop down menu you find as the example of a drop down menu on the page http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Drop_down.html (colors, size, font, ...) (requested by a lot of people)
- Sliding image menu * (p. 161 onwards)
I added how to increase the size of the images in the menu, how to increase the number of photos/panels in the menu and so on... (this was requested by Steve and others)
- Toggle, Hide/Display (p. 178)
I added a note on having multiple hide/display which says that you shouldn't have a toggle in an iFrame (hence also in HTML Snippets) because various browsers don't support them if they are put in an iFrame (hence use Alternative HTML) and that you should only have one display:block set per page when using "Multiple Hide/Display displaying only one at a time" otherwise some browsers get confused (thanks to Egils for pointing me to these problems)
- Zoomify (p. 215)
I think it's a beautiful way to post high resolution and panoramic images on your website. Have a look at the examples at the bottom of the page http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Zoomify.html
- Shadowbox (p. 222)
Just another zoom effect like Highslide or Lightbox but really easy to use and looks really good also allows to have albums with mixed contents. Have a look at the examples http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Shadowbox.html
- Simple scroll image gallery (p. 228)
Just another way to present your photos. See the example here: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Scroll_gallery.html
- Tables (p. 252)
I added how to have sortable tables. A table where you can click on a title or criteria to sort the elements in the table after that criteria. Have a look at the example in Chapter 2 http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Tables.html
- Comments (IntenseDebate) * (p. 263)
Now tells you how to have the box to add a comment displaying at the top instead of having it displaying at the bottom as per default. I also added how to have the comments displaying in a box (FancyBox) instead of having them displaying on the page which to me looks much cleaner. Have a look at the example in Chapter 2.2 http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Feedback_Comments.html
- E-Commerce and business solutions (p. 305)
I added an "easy but not safe solution to sell digital products (E-Books, Music, ...) with PayPal" maybe for some of you it's just enough
- Mobile Devices (p. 348)
Added "How to detect mobile devices and have them being redirected to the mobile version of your website automatically" and slightly improved the chapter in general (this was requested by Alec)

Minor updates:



- For a better experience of my E-Book (p. 2-3)
I rewrote the instructions including how you can read the book on an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and I would recommend you to read the book in Preview (not in Adobe Reader)
- Popup windows (p. 87)
The chapter now displays the code to have the window opening from a link, from an image link and from a rollover image.

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April 21st, 2011 v.2.0



Not much new content was added in this update. Nevertheless this update makes the book much better in terms of how the content is organized and makes it much easier for you to find what you're looking for since I added sections to the book. I divided it into a total of ten sections. Have a look at the section pages to see which chapters are included in the section of interest and to know what chapters of other sections you may also be interested in. Often something can be used for multiple purposes so you get more ideas.

Personally I think it all makes the book much more user-friendly and I hope you will love it.

Thanks for buying my book and all the best,
Cédric


News:



- Sections 1-10
(See explanation above)
- Featured content slider * (p. 175)
Have a look at the example here: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Featured_content.html this chapter also tells you how to use iWeb to perform simple graphic works (build buttons or background images)
- Database (p. 194)
A note on having a database when using iWeb. A system intended to organize, store, and retrieve large amounts of data easily.

Minor updates:



- Some chapters didn't display in the Table of contents and I hope i fixed that.
- Auto-Scrolling text and images (p. 170)
The code was cleaned up and slightly improved

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June 16th, 2011 v.2.1



Since the last update Apple announced iCloud and the end of MobileMe (June 2012). For further informations on it and to know what that means for you if you're currently hosting your website on MobileMe and/or using iWeb please have a look at this FAQ I wrote http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_iCloud.html

News:



- Utilities (p. 48)
A new short chapter about useful tools to build websites
- Popup windows (p. 185)
I added the code to have the windows opening centered on the screen instead of top-left. I don't know whether the code works in Internet Explorer but it works in Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Opera on my Mac.
- Highslide JS (p. 205)
This chapter was completely rewritten and the tutorial now makes use of the visual Editor Highslide offers which makes it much easier to customize your presentation.
- SimpleViewer galleries (p. 217)
After a message from Esther telling me that the Flash Album Exporter plugin for iPhoto erased half of her computer I removed it from the book and the website. Instead I now added a tutorial on SimpleViewer galleries.
- CoverFlow and CoverFlow slideshow (p. 231)
Jean-Marie Calvat asked me whether it's possible to have a CoverFlow and when people click on an image in the CoverFlow it displays bigger underneath the CoverFlow. Great idea! Have a look at the example in Chapter 2 http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Cover_flow.html
- Date and time (p. 325)
This is a new chapter about how to display the current date and the current time on your website. See the examples on this page: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Date_and_time.html
- Display random photos, text, links (or whatever) (p. 238)
A customer asked me wether it is possible to have a random quote displaying with a refresh/next button people can click on to display another quote without the entire page reloading each time. The chapter now shows two ways to achieve that without reloading the entire page.

Updates:



- Floating menu (or anything else) (p. 153)
I added a code to the Download source file (floating.txt) to have a floating horizontal navigation bar displaying at the top of the window.
- Anchors (p. 159)
The tutorial was slightly updated to hopefully make it easier for you to understand how anchors work
- Forms (p. 302)
As requested by Peter on my Forum I added more details on how to use Wufoo.
- Auto-Fading photos slideshow (p. 218)
This is a request I got from many people. When the slideshow loads it first appears as a black rectangle. If you want to change that color open the fadeslideshow.js file in TextWrangler, search for these lines:

setting.$gallerylayers=$('
') //two stacked DIVs to display the actual slide 
.css({position:'absolute', left:0, top:0, width:'100%', height:'100%', background:'black'})
and change black to whatever color you want.

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November 16th, 2011 v.2.2



Long time passed since the last update of the iWebFAQ.org E-Book (today it's exactly five months). This is mainly due to health problems which made it really hard for me to focus on a task. Fortunately my health is improving and I'm slowly getting back to the happier side of life :-)

As the end of MobileMe nears I removed most references to it from the book. Instead there's now a page with general notes for MobileMe users (p. 16) (for more info on that see: http://bit.ly/uKxjIt )

Since the release of OS X Lion and iWeb 3.0.4 double-clicking a Domain file to open iWeb doesn't work anymore. Please have a look at the note about "iWebDrop" on p. 50 for what concerns opening Domain files under these systems. Changes were made throughout the book to reflect this change.

Unfortunately due to technical restrictions I am no longer able to e-mail all the customers as I used to do up until this update. Sorry about that. You find instructions on how to get the latest version at the end of this page.

News:



- Combining codes * (p. 36)
There already was a chapter teaching you how to combine codes but I think this one is much better.
- Calendars (*) (p. 192)
The chapter was almost completely rewritten to reflect the changes brought by the introduction of iCloud and Mac OSX Lion. You will now find: Using iCal with PHP iCalendar, Using Google calendar, Using iCal with iCloud with Google calendar, Using iCal with Dropbox with Google calendar.
- Different tabs with slide effect * (p. 179)
Have a look at the examples on this page: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Different_tabs.html
- Mixed contents slideshow * (p. 182)
Like the already well known Auto Fading photos slideshow but here you can also add text, links, mix images with text and links and image links, mp3 player or whatever. See examples here: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Mixed_slideshow.html
- Sound on mouseover or on click (p. 246)
I'm not a friend of websites with sounds playing wherever you point the mouse. But in rare occasions it can be nice. Recommendation: Do not use it for your site's navigation. That's quickly annoying. Examples at the bottom of this page http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Sound_effects.html

Updates:



- Floating menu (or anything else) * (p. 156)
The provided code didn't work as expected for what concerns the position of the menu. The menu (or whatever) didn't move when resizing the page. This was solved by wrapping the code in a
to define the horizontal position of the code. Sorry about that.
- Auto fading photos slideshow * (p. 218)
Added instructions for: How do I prevent the slideshow from stopping on mouseover? Which is something a lot of people asked for.
- Social networks: Facebook and Twitter (p. 278)
Updated the instructions on how to add a "Facebook Like Box".
- Drop down menu (p. 121)
Added a line on how to have multiple menus on a site
- Date and time (p. 323)
Added how to have a countdown or count-up timer. This was added to the website a few months ago. See examples at the bottom of this page: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Date_and_time.html


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February 8th, 2012 v.2.3



News and updates


The cover page now features the new iWebFAQ.org logo.

Font size of the body was slightly decreased since people usually read the book at 125% or 150% anyway. More content fits in a page, looks better to me. Codes also got a new formatting.

- Basic web knowledge (p. 18)
Was slightly updated.
- Basic HTML Codes knowledge (p. 23)
Was completely rewritten.
- Auto-Fading text * (p. 161)
I added the following sentence: I may recommend you to use the Mixed contents slideshow instead of this. Since it allows easier font styling text placement and you can also add images links or whatever you want if you want to.
- Album in an album (p. 191)
Updated.
- Embedding movies HTML5 (p. 237)
Updated the code and how to convert the videos to the needed formats.
- Multiple YouTube videos (p. 240)
Updated to make it easier.
- Facebook (p. 253)
Updated to reflect recent changes made by Facebook.
- Click counter (p. 324)
You may also want to have a look at the FAQ on the website to see an example towards the bottom of the page here.
- WordPress integration (p. 335)
Updated to reflect changes in WordPress.


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June 16th, 2012 v.2.4



News and updates


- How can I entirely develop a website in local (on my computer) without having to upload anything to the web? (p. 4)
This was requested by a few people.
- How to split a Domain file into two or merge two Domain files into one (p. 81) Having two iWebs (p. 83)
Were updated to work with the changes Apple made when they introduced Mac OS X Lion.
- Rollover buttons and images * (p. 136)
Added how to have rollover buttons or images with a fade-effect. See examples here: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Rollover_images.html
- Custom fonts (Google) (p. 149)
- Different tabs with slide effect * (p. 166)
Added how to have the tabs displaying vertically instead of of horizontally at the top. See the example at the bottom of this page: http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Different_tabs.html
- Calendars * (p. 182)
The previously described way didn't work anymore after Apple made some changes in the system so I now added "Using Google calendar with iCal (with or without an iOS Device)" which does work.
- Zoomify (p. 209)
Now has instructions on how to use Zoomify HTML5 which also works on iOS Devices such iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
- Simple scroll image gallery * (p. 210)
Code and instructions were updated.
- Embedding movies with HTML5 (p. 233)
Updated the code and the instructions.
- Newsletters (p. 278)
Was slightly updated by adding my personal opinion that sending out newsletters by e-mail is outdated. Instead I'd suggest you to use social networks.


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September 19th, 2012 v.2.5



News and updates


- Background slideshow (p. ) *
I included instructions on how to have a slideshow as a background for your website. Have a look at the example here: Background slideshow
- Backgrounds (p. )
A chapter about Backgrounds in general
- Music and audio (p. )
The chapter was updated to include HTML5 Players which also work on iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch). See: Music and audio for examples.
- Embedding movies with HTML5 (p. )
Previously the tutorial had you converting your video to .mp4 and .webm however this stopped working. The solution now is to use .mp4 and .ogg
- Comments (p. )
I replaced the IntenseDebate comment system with Disqus.com comments since I think they are better.


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