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iWeb only on .mac?


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Does iWeb website creation only work with .mac accounts or can I save it as an HTML or something and put it on a free host?
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You can use "Publish to Folder" and upload to other services.

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I was kinda bummed to find this out. It is one of those "small prints" they don't tell you about. I pulled my new iMac out of the box and when I was messing around with iWeb and to proceed I needed the .Mac account. I am still considering on buying or not.
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I was kinda bummed to find this out. It is one of those "small prints" they don't tell you about. I pulled my new iMac out of the box and when I was messing around with iWeb and to proceed I needed the .Mac account. I am still considering on buying or not.
i got my iWeb to publish to a non .Mac address.

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let me know if you have any questions. gth739g@mail.gatech.edu
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iWeb is a very "special" program, very usefull if you need a fast webpage and even better if you don't know much about HTML. Things get a bit mesy when you try to make something different from the Templates.
Check this thread for more examples:
Sites made with iWeb

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