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New iWeb theme pack targets sports fans

updated 03:50 pm EDT, Wed September 17, 2008

iWeb Sport Themes

Jumsoft has released a series of new themes for iWeb 2.0 based on various sports. A total of 10 different themes are available, including baseball, basketball, chess, football, golf, gymnastics, soccer, tennis, yoga and cheerleading. The iWeb Sport Themes also include numerous page layouts, for content such as photos, podcasts and movies. Each theme further includes five different color variations, which can be used combined or individually to represent a team's colors.

A single theme can be purchased for $10, while the complete bundle costs $50.








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  1. bhuot

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    funny sports

    I didn't know that yoga and chess were sports. Are riding the bus or reading a book sports too?

  1. VS Dude

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iWeb not on my web!

    Speaking as someone who's created sites in Notepad, Dreamweaver, Flash, FrontPage, iWeb and, lastly, WordPress, I have to give iWeb a thumbs down. If you don't have an iSite (or whatever they're calling ".Mac" lately) and you expect to upload an iWeb site to your web host, be prepared for some hair pulling. Anything you do, even if it's changing one sentence on one page, requires you to save the ENTIRE project and THEN you must "publish" the site to a local hard drive folder. THEN, when it's time to upload your minor change, you're going to find the WHOLE LOCAL SITE which you just saved shows every single file with TODAY'S DATE!So, now you have to dig through iWeb's layers and layers of directories (it has its own way of handling files) to find the collection of files (and don't forget the XML ones!) you need to upload to your web host's server.Stay away from iWeb - it's strictly not built with any consideration to how anyone with a "real" web hosting service would expect to use any WYSIWYG software.

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