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I am building a blog and later a more complex site on iWeb. However I host it on my Windows PC at home and have my own domain name at Godaddy. Since I have a blog with comments and RSS feeds, every time I remove the site from the server and replace it with the more current one all of that stuff must get deleted right?

Does anybody else here use iWeb to host a blog on a personal domain? Can you give me some tips maybe?
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I use iWeb to run a blog but I host it on Mobile Me and just redirect the URL to my site. I bought the domain through Yahoo and you can set it to always show the domain name instead of the domain that it is forwarding too. I do the same with my business website.
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Yeah but don't you have to pay for Mobile Me?
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Yeah but don't you have to pay for Mobile Me?
Mobile me is 99 bucks a year, im pretty sure it is anyway
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can you host more than one site from mobile me? I am a new mac user and have already started a blog, well, now my daughter wants a website and if I can manage both from iweb and mobileme, that would be perfect...

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