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    Hi guys,

    Looking for a bit of help...

    I've been playing around with iWeb & I'm trying to upload to my site to check everything works properly on my server before I start putting some proper content in... I've got it setup with my FTP details, but it INSISTS on making another folder on the root... I want my website to be http://www.nimraynn.net, but it keeps making it http://www.nimraynn.net/nimraynn.net

    I understand it creates a redirect from the root folder into the next folder so end users won't notice any difference, but that path is just messy. How can I stop it doing this?!

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    I think I've managed to sort it by naming my site within iWeb "htdocs", thus tricking it into thinking that it's adding an extra folder, when that's my original upload folder anyway.

    Looks to be working, but if someone has a better solution, I'd be very grateful

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