Tag Archives: web design

OS X-like Dock Menu on the Web

This is just a quick note, Mac-loving web designers might find interesting. I just stumbled upon a really neat menu design at this website www.webprint.nl (somebody at that IP address found my blog, and that’s how I found them). It’s all in Dutch, but to see what I am talking about, you don’t need to know Dutch. Simply point your mouse at the symbols on the bottom of the screen. Pretty cool, huh?

Update Webhost with Changed iWeb-content Only

Opinions about iWeb are about as diverse as there are web design applications. I happen to like it a lot. It is the key reason I upgraded iLife ’05 which came free with my PowerBook to iLife ’06. I tried RapidWeaver, Amaya, NVU, and Sandvox but none of them were very intuitive or enabled me to get good looking web pages with little effort.

Unfortunately, there is one big problem with iWeb: You cannot automatically update your web page to your server, unless you have .Mac which is expensive compared to other hosts. Continue reading