P.S - I always thought iWeb would only work with .mac?
You can export your site to a folder and upload it to any website. What .mac gives you is more features that are locked otherwise... one for sure I know of is that you get bigger slideshows for your photos...
iPhone 5 - Factory Unlocked - Woohoo iOS 7 1 week early
2011.17-Inch MacBook Pro 2.2Ghz i7.OCZ Vector 512GB SSD
.Antiglare.16GB RAM.LaCie 2Big Thunderbolt 6TB.
17 second bootup time... Ya I'm good with that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDkPu8wrVY0
Apple Certified Technical Coordinator
For comparison, here's my iWeb site done without deviating that much from the bundled Apple templates! Still, if it is about the CONTENT, then one can forgive a bit for lack of uniqueness of the look of the site.
I haven't worked on it since I first assembled the pages over a month ago and this shows... When I get motivated, I'll finish up some of the sections that are just set up as placeholders...
Still, if you are into classic cars, there's lots of pictures to go look at on my site!
IE 6 on Windows XP has major issues with the site. It loads, but it froze IE for 2 minutes and then it was very very slow to scroll it. I chalk it up to IE not handling standards properly, though. Nice looking site.
-Macbook Pro 2GHz Core Duo 15.4", 2GB, 100GB, Superdrive, Airport, BT, 256MB ATI x1600
it doesn't even come close to http://ilab.learn.to/, but now ilab has convinced me to create my person page though iweb with full cuztomization, i didn;t think it was possible to do what iLab has done... wowzers.
"The problem with quotes on the Internet is that you can't be sure they're genuine." - Abraham Lincoln