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iWeb '08 boasts major improvements and new features for building slick, professional-looking websites and publishing them online. Instructor and iLife wiz Garrick Chow begins by teaching the basics of planning a site and working with text, images, and multimedia files. He then builds on those basic skills, demonstrating how to create more advanced pages for displaying photo galleries, blogs, and podcasts. Garrick wraps things up with detailed information on publishing iWeb sites to a .Mac account or a third-party web host. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
Hi, I am Garrick Chow and welcome to iWeb '08 Essential Training. If you use any of the other iLife applications like iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie, iDVD or GarageBand, chances are good that you wanted to post the photos, movies or music from these programs on the web. And until recently you were pretty much on your own to accomplish this. Programs like iPhoto and iMovie had options for producing web ready galleries and movies but to actually publish them to the web required you to know at least a little about web design. Well when iWeb came along it made it super easy for anyone to create a personal website of photos, movies, music and more.
In this training title I will be showing you how to create and publish everything from basic web pages containing text and images to more complicated pages containing photos, music and video as well as how to create blogs and podcast pages. This is the second version of iWeb that Apple has released and they have added some very cool features to the program that I'll be sure to point out along the way. So let's get started and see what iWeb can do.
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