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ibib says

Hello! I’m a beginner at web design and I really don’t know too many things about html coding. I was wondering if I can create a website in Apples iWeb and send the html files here as a template ? Not using the program elements of course, but my own design made in Photoshop and imported in iWeb and after that export it as a html website.

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Daan says

Hmm, I don’t know what code Apple’s iWeb produces, but if it’s a WYSIWYG editor, it’s probably not as good as handcoded stuff (and therefore it’ll have a hard time being accepted).

I suggest using tutorials like these to learn how to code markup.
And in the meanwhile, I suggest submitting your themes as PSD Templates, which is possible as well. And believe me, when you really want to learn how to code markup, it doesn’t take that long ;)

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ibib says

Yes indeed the iWeb is a WYSIWYG editor. I will try submitting a PSD template, I’ve uploaded a few but they keep gettin’ rejected ;)

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Daan says

Yep, that sucks.. getting rejected isn’t fun, but it’s good.. you learn a lot from it (at least, I did). One thing to remember though, the PSD section requires a “wow” when you see the design :P

Good luck selling your stuff :)

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