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iWeb URL display problem

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I just got a .Mac account to host the site i'm building with iWeb '06. The problem is this: I type '' into my browser, and when it arrives at the site it displays ''. I believe what I'm seeing is basically 'http://my domain/my site name/my page title.html'. I don't want this. I want the browser to only display the url only as it's supposed to be: ''. I know there's a way to fix this but I can't figure it out. Can someone help?
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