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Im designing a website on iWeb for my frat and Im using Foshay template. When ever I drag photos into the page to replace the stock photos, some of the photos i use on the page are able to be left clicked and it opens a new page that is linked to the folder where the photo is located at on my comp. How do I remove this?
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