.Mac adds new features, users get new free software

Apple's .Mac service is offering users new features to HomePage and iCards. .Mac users also can download a free version of Symantec's Norton Parent Control software, which helps restrict kids' access to the Internet -- for free. HomePage is the service that lets .Mac users create their own Web pages, while iCards are free digital greeting cards you can send to family, friends and colleagues.

Changes to HomePage include a new file-sharing template called My Downloads that helps you create customized download pages for files you maintain through your iDisk. What's more, a new external HTML template also lets you integrate your own HTML pages on your .Mac home page, produced using applications including Macromedia Contribute and Dreamweaver and Adobe GoLive, complete with HomePage features like counters and feedback buttons. Six new photo album templates have been added, three new movie templates have been added, as well as a new journal template. HomePage Web pages can be edited on Windows XP-equipped PCs, too.

News source: MacCentral

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