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is there a way to convert iweb into an html code for other websites?


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I realize that this thread is older, and perhaps a bit 'trolly' to begin with but I recently stumbled across it and found it... helpful, at least as a stepping stone for further Google searches.

Relevant post regarding integrating iWeb and Dropbox from TUAW. Allows you to create a website with iWeb and "host" it in your Dropbox Public folder.

While Dropbox is soon getting rid of the Public folder, this should still work because all files and folders will be provided links.

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