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  1. #1

    Member Since
    Feb 16, 2008
    The Netherlands
    Macbook Pro 15" 2.16 GHz 1GB RAM
    Recover site without domain-file
    Hey all,

    My harddrive from my Macbook Pro recently failed and everything was newly installed. I made a back-up from my folder "Webpages" (I don't use iDisk), but forgot to back-up my "domain-file". Is there a way to work with my site again?
    When I open iWeb, it don't find my website...

    I hope someone can help me, thanks in advance! Greetings, Fleur

  2. #2

    Member Since
    Apr 11, 2007
    Mac Mini Core 2 Duo, PPC G4
    To use your site with iWeb, you'll have to create it from scratch again. iWeb uses the Domain file to read your website information. If you know how to program in HTML and Javascript, you can use the website folder you saved with any HTML editor. I know that's not the answer you wanted, but there is no way to retrieve the site with iWeb without the Domain file. I learned that the hard way.

    Claire Rottenberg
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    Oct 22, 2007
    Mac Mini Core i7 2012 | White 2009 MacBook 2 Ghz | 733 Mhz G4 Quicksilver
    Is the site still up there, can use use pagesucker to download the html and images to help recreate your site

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