Aug 22

Shadowbox in iWebSo I know that I have done 3 other tips similar to this one (Fancyzoom, Highslide, and Lytebox) and I thought I was done posting tips about the fanzy popup realm, but when I found this effect I just had to post it.  This in my opinion in the mother of all popup effects.  Why? Because it supports so many formats natively to it.  You can do, of course image, but it can also do swf’s, html, flv’s, YouTube, mov (Quicktime), even wmv (windows media), and more.  It’s fantastic and works pretty much just like the other effects.  So if you have done my other fancy popup tutorials than you will kindof already understand how this one works.  But here goes the tutorial on how to do it.

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Aug 15


Facebook and Twitter in iWeb


So you have an iWebsite, you have a FaceBook account, and you have a Twitter account.  You want people to visit your website, but you also want them to visit your facebook, but you also want them to follow your tweets.  What is the solution?  Well, bring them all into iWeb of course (big cheesy grin here).

Adding these to your website is quite simple.  It’s simply a matter of getting code from facebook and/or twitter (that they provide) and putting them in an HTML snippet.  Here’s how:

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