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Chapter 9. Sharing Online—and on Your Network > Publishing Photos on the Web

9.2. Publishing Photos on the Web

Putting your photos on the Web is the ultimate way to share them with the world. If the idea of enabling the vast throngs of the Internet-using public to browse, view, download, save, and print yourphotos sounds appealing, read on. It's amazingly easy to get your photos from iPhoto to the Internet.

Before you can post your photos online—and on your network using iPhoto's built-in Web tools—you need a .Mac account. That's Apple's suite of Internet services: email accounts, secure file-backup, Web-site hosting, and a few other extras. If you don't already have a .Mac account, see the "Getting a .Mac Account" box on the next page. Follow the directions, and you'll have one in less than five minutes. (A .Mac membership costs $100 per year; a two-month trial account is free.)


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