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hi,

new here but have been reading for a few days, great site.
ive a question that i hope people can help with. ive been asked to build a website for my sports club. my initial plan was to buy a .mac web address and a .com domain and link them both and i would build the website using iweb. but i have since gotten dreamweaver and i was thinking of possibile building a besite using the macromedia software. is it possible to build a website using the software and then upload it to my .mac account?

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Unless you already have a .Mac account, I wouldn't recommend .Mac at all.

Dreamhost has much better plans for a lot cheaper, with a lot more customization.

If you're going to use .Mac, I'd just build the website in iWeb, it will be much easier to do, but you *can* set up a website using .Mac's iDisk feature and Dreamweaver.

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yeh i was using .mac because it was very easy to update the website using the file>publish to .mac and it auto udates whats not on the site already.

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