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If I have a domain name, say... domain.com. If I have it hosted through my .mac account, will the address actually be domain.com or web.mac.com/domain.com?
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You can have it your domain but the page titles will show after the site name. From the homepage it will be similar to www.domain.com/about_me/ or whatever the title page is labeled.

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