Using iWeb Inspector

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Learn how to use iWeb's inspector feature to publish your own personal website and learn more about website design in this free instructional video.

Part of the Video Series: How to Design a Website Using iWeb
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Video Transcript

Okay one of the first things I would like to show you about is the inspector. To do any types of edits and to set off all of the objects on your page, this will be the most important tool you are going to use in iWeb. So right down here in the lower right corner is the inspector. Just click on that and you will see it open up here and there are a bunch of things you can do here. This first little button will let you name your site, put a contact email and set a password. This is for pages themselves where you can set the page name, whether to include it in a navigation menu and whether to display the navigation window. You can also set the size of your page, the fill and the background color. And this is the section where you can control your photos and a slide show. Now this RSS button is where you can control your logs and your broadcasts. It also has a text control feature here with text wrap and a bunch of other features. This one here is where you can control different objects setting their fill and stroke and adding shadows and opacity. This little ruler right here is where you can set the sizes of objects, your position on a web page and can rotate them and things like that. And this one right here is where you set up your hyper links so if you want something to link to another page, you set it up right here. Finally is the quick time inspector which will let you set start and stop times in your movie and poster frame and things like that. So those are some of the things you can do when you are an inspector in iWeb. I'm Bill Macpherson for Expert Village.


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