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Alrighty..

Here's my story.

I'm HORRIBLE in coding.. And okay.. So.. Our website admin had resigned a few months ago, and being the only one who knows coding.. ( I'm still very bad at it ) I had to take up the job. Anyway.. I'm having a technical problem on my mac with DW ( works fine on PC ) anyway.. Dont want to go into that.


I dont know iWeb very well. But is there a way to like.. Uhmm.. Import all my index files from DW to iWeb? and start updating using iWeb? I'm using FTP , have to upload them one by one. Anyway.. If this is possible. I'd love to start as soon as possible. Or would I need a third party program to do it?

It would be seriously AWESOME if I could do that. It'd save me ALOT of time. and I do mean ALOT!

Would like some input. Thank youuu

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a problem may occur if you have php pages, for example, contact forms, I believe iweb does not have this facility, but I may be wrong

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But other than that.. Can I still do it? Would it be a difference from DW or would the results be worse?

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I haven't been able to open my htm dreamweaver pages in iWeb or Rapidweaver and yet they are all htm/html editing program. I did change one of my htm pages to html and tried to open it in iWeb but still wasn't able too.

You could try Rapidweaver, find a layout you like and copy and paste the page info over to Rapidweaver, it's pretty easier. You will then need to edit it to how you like it. There is also a manual pdf you can download to help you.
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