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Next up you are going to try to fix the permissions more directly.

Right (or control) click on the Domain.sites file.
Select "Get Info".
Click the diamond pointer to the left of where it says "Sharing & Permissions" so that it points down and displays your user name and other names.
You may have to click on the gold lock to allow your self to edit the permissions. You want the lock to appear unlocked and the names will be black instead of grayed out.
Click on your username to highlight that line.
If it says 'Read Only', set it to 'Read & Write'.
If it says 'Read & Write', then set it to 'Read Only', wait a few moments and then reset it to 'Read & Write'.
(P.S. this affects permissions of the files within that special folder too.)

Now try opening the file again by double clicking it.

The two attached images display the detail you are looking for in both OS 10.4 (Tiger) and 10.5 (Leopard), in that order.
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File Type: png iWeb Permissions on 10.4 002.png (25.1 KB, 3 views)
File Type: png iWeb Domain Info 002.png (15.3 KB, 3 views)

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