Thread: iWeb question
03-24-2006, 06:31 PM #1iWeb question
I recently converted to Mac. I have my own web page, and used MS Frontpage to work with it. Now that the PC is gone I needed something else. I was told that iWeb was what I needed, so I recently purchased iLife and installed it. So far I can find no way to access my present web site. All iWeb seems to do is offer a handful of cheesy pre-made web pages to modify and publish on a mac website. Am I missing something? Is there somewhat to access and edit pages on my present web site? Or did I waste my money on iLife? Help!
03-24-2006, 07:00 PM #2
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If you got iLife just for iWeb, then yeah you wasted your money. You'll need something like Dreamweaver to access your already created site. FrontPage does some of the worst code I have ever seen in a web program, so Dreamweaver might have problems with it.. but then again maybe not and maybe it'll clean it up also.
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03-24-2006, 07:02 PM #3
iweb was not meant really to edit old pages, it is to create new ones. It does not even have built in ftp support.
EDIT: I WAS TO SLOW neye: neye:Mac Pro (Early 2009) 8 Core 2.26 GHz, 6 GB Ram, 640 GB Drive. Dell 2408WFP.
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