Adding images to your sites

WEB 3.0 Site Builder generates your web site and it also generates the image folder and puts default images inside. the  images folder contains the following: your logo (inserted when you built the site using the software) intro.jog - the background image for the opening section of the site (1400x 725) one.j

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My Anti-virus software says there is a virus

Some anti-virus programs pull up 'false-positives' for new software titles that do not have a long track record. McAfee, Norton, AVG, Avast! and other antivirus programs have been found to bring up false trojan alerts because there is an exe file (Windows application) inside the wrapped download licensing sys

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Updating Your WEb 3.0 VIDEO Edition Software

You can update your software in one of TWO ways: 1. Just uninstall the software the software from your PC and re-download from the download page and re-install. OR 2. Download the updated files from these links: Standard Quick Update Video Edition Quick update Unzip and extract the files and then paste them i

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60 Motion Video Backgrounds

web 3.o video edition

60 HD MOTION VIDEO BACKGROUNDS! YES! With this UNIQUE software you can insert VIDEO MOTION BACKGROUNDS on WEB 3.0 sites. Video backgrounds is the next generation of WEB 3.0 - take a look... To view the Paypal WEB 3.0 Video background - click here (new window will open) To view the WEB 3.0 Site Builder Moti

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Royalty-Free Niche Image Sets

niche image set

SPECIAL OFFER 24 ROYALTY-FREE Niche Image Sets that you can just copy and paste into your WEB 3.0 sites Each set has 15 images created specifically for WEB 3.0 Site Builder Click here to download now!

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Testing sites on your PC

The new version of WEB 3.0 Site Builder uses index.html and index.php (which is required for the captcha the contact form). This means that the WEB 3.0 sites WILL run on your PC to test BUT the contact form only runs from your web server running PHP5. The index.html is fully functioning EXCEPT there's no c

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Installation failed

Some anti-virus programs block new software applications. This is known as a 'false-positive'. If this happens WEB 3.0 does not contain any malware. Please either disable your antivirus software or set it to allow WEB 3.0 Site Builder.

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