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    Dec 27, 2006
    Speeding up iWeb
    I have designed a few sites with iWeb however I find it hard to swallow the way the site is laid out, the images are all in there own respective directories regardless if it is the same header throughout.

    1 site I have done is about 10 meg and if done myself through dreamweaver it is less than 1/2 meg

    I know i can manually change the location of the images etc. but is there a bettter way to manage this?

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    Oct 25, 2004
    Australia (American born)
    MBP 15" 2006 | 2011 21.5in iMac-1tb-i5-12gig | iPhone 3gs
    Nice question.... I'm eager to see if anyone has an answer but I doubt it. I think you'll have to manually move and re-link the images... using Dreamweaver.

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