On September 15th and 16th Bluehost are offering a massive web hosting special. You can sign up for $2.95/month. This is a crazy cheap price. It includes a free domain name. I use Bluehost to host this Macintosh website as well as my other websites (dubbo.org, wayneconnor.com, dpc.org.au and more). This is much less than I pay! If you are interested click here to signup for Bluehost hosting on September 15 or 16th.
Sometimes you might come across a photo on a website and want to find the original version to see if it’s public domain or ask the original artist if you can use it. Tineye is a great service that let’s you do just that. You can upload any picture you’ve grabbed from a website to Tin Eye and it will find all the places that exact picture appears on the web. You can then sort by biggest image, and look for what might be the original place it came from.
There’s a safari plugin that will do this from Safari – go to the Safari menu then ‘Safari Extensions Gallery’ and search for Tineye and install the plugin. Then just right click on the image from any webpage to search in Tineye.
iWeb from 2009 onwards has the ability to publish your website directly to an ftp server. This means that you don’t need a .mac account to publish your iWeb site.
If you have iWeb 08 or earlier it’s not built-in, but you can still do it, read this previous article on how to publish via ftp from iWeb 08.
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