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Here's the pickle I'm in. I recently did an E and I with Leopard. In iWeb I had a web page published. Now, of course, when I open iWeb up after my E and I it's a blank, brand new start. So I figure I have to re-do everything as there is no way to import to iWeb (I think). So I just drag one pic in, call it a "test" and publish thinking my old web page will be wiped out but it's still there and I assume it's counting against my 10 gigs of .Mac space.

Question: How do I "unpublish" my old page now? Or is there any way to get it back from a back-up?

Thanks for any help!

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So i think I am having a similar problem, I haven't opened iWeb since I updated to iLife '08- so my old webpage is still active and all beautiful, but iWeb is blank.

How do I backwards... umm... I don't even know what I need to do. I did an erase and install with leopard also- is that the one thing I missed to save!?


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You cannot go back with iWeb as far as i know, it doesn't work with HTML files, it has a big, complicated XML file that contains all the pages you make. Publishing should replace only pages with the same name, not everything.
Your files should be at iDisk>Web>Sites, you can make a backup of those directories to be safe and start publishing.

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