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Handy iWeb tip on the .Mac blog


I believe I've found the perfect use for iWeb. I've used it to create a family site for all of my far-flung relatives. They couldn't care less about trackback pings, comments, validation or any of that stuff. They just want to see cute pictures and videos of the kids, and I want to spend as little time as possible maintaining the "kids' site." iWeb is the perfect answer.

Up until now, I've been manually deleting the caption under each new photo that I add (usually something like "IMG003.JPG"). Thanks to this tip from the official .Mac blog, I don't have to do that anymore. Select a photo in an image gallery and open the inspector. A slider appears under the heading "Caption Height." Slide it all the way to the left and the captions are gone. I like it.

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