As you might have noticed, I uploaded a new version of this website. This had been due for a couple of weeks, but I postponed it after I had upgraded to a new software version. I am not (and don’t want to be) a web designer, and I do like Apple’s iWork/iLife suites for their simplicity and elegant results. Therefore I used iWeb to create these pages.
While it's a great tool for creating good-looking web pages with little effort, the generated HTML files are at least questionable. The previous version of this web site was created with iWeb 06 which had a couple of severe problems: For example, it didn’t reuse images that are the same on multiple pages, and the URLs of blog pages were created out of non-speaking IDs instead of the blog page title. Luckily with the help of tools and scripts, many of these problems could be fixed.
In that case, however, I would probably stop using iWeb, and instead use other tools, hand-code the HTML, or most probable, generate basic HTML out of a web site model.