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#1 beachbride08

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    Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:48 AM

    I just got an imac a couple months ago. I haven't used a mac since college and I created our wedding website using iweb. Is there anyway I can add a song to the webpage? I feel like it is so boring without music. Here is our site if you want to check it out: http://web.mac.com/michelle801
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    #2 DreaW

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      Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:55 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by beachbride08
      I just got an imac a couple months ago. I haven't used a mac since college and I created our wedding website using iweb. Is there anyway I can add a song to the webpage? I feel like it is so boring without music. Here is our site if you want to check it out: http://web.mac.com/michelle801
      I have a mac and used iweb for our wedding website. We haven't added music though. This is what I found when I plugged it in the help section

      To add audio:
      In the site organizer, select the webpage you want to add the audio to.
      Do one of the following:
      To add a single audio file, drag it to the image placeholder on a webpage or to the webpage canvas. If you drag the audio file to the image placeholder on a blog (the Blog or Podcast template), iWeb creates a podcast. (See the podcast topics below.)
      To add more than one audio file, drag them to the webpage canvas. (Select more than one file at a time by Command-clicking.)
      To add links to the songs in the iTunes Music Store (not the audio files themselves), drag a playlist (from the Media Browser or iTunes) or a song from the iTunes Music Store to the webpage canvas.
      If you added audio files (not links), you can drag a graphics file to the placeholder above each song's audio controls. Or you can create a text box with a solid color fill to put over the placeholder. You can resize the graphic and the audio controls by dragging the handles.
      Tip: When you select an audio file on the webpage canvas, its name appears in the Metrics Inspector.

      Before posting anything to your website, make sure you own the copyright and other rights to what you are posting, or that you obtained all necessary permissions.

      To see a list of supported audio file types, visit the QuickTime website (click the link below).

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      #3 beachbride08

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        Posted 19 October 2007 - 02:25 PM

        That worked! Thanks so much.
        Michelle

        #4 monicaswave

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          Posted 08 February 2008 - 01:37 PM

          Michelle, I am also using iWeb but the templates available are soo boring. Did you desing your template or where did you get it? Your web page looks awesome!

          #5 beachbride08

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            Posted 08 February 2008 - 03:38 PM

            I just used the bridal template because it was plain and then I could play with different color fonts and add more pictures. I used the Papyrus font for all the pages. I got the Riviera Maya activity info and pics from Morgan so I can't take much credit for that page. If you need help with anything let me know.
            Michelle

            #6 monicaswave

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              Posted 08 February 2008 - 05:29 PM

              Thank you so much. I think I may have an older version because mine doesn't have that template. I have like maybe 8 to pick from...tops. I will look into getting a new version.

              #7 jean-marcus

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                Posted 08 February 2008 - 05:57 PM

                MAC USERS UUUUUNIIIIITE :) we are taking over the world heheh i told my friends that within 10 years macs would be in 50% of HOUSEHOLD computer use and they laughed at me. well its been like 2 years now and a lot of them have already switched... who's laughing now




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