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how do i work on my .mac/iWeb website from multiple Macs

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Im having trouble and its probably something simple but can i not use two different macs running Iweb to adjust or work with my website sitting on my .mac account ??


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The project file for iWeb is in "/Library/Application Support/iWeb", is named something like Domains.sites, and is a container folder.

Apparently you can copy it between machines or I suppose if on a network, refer to it from another machine. When you open up another Domain.sites file, iWeb remembers to use that file as the default when opening next time.

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