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I have an iweb site that I have had up for a few months and recently I wiped out my MB and started over. Now I cannot figure out how to make iweb on my mac get synced back w/ my site so I can edit it and such ...

How to I make iWeb "sync" with my iweb site?


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You can't. iWeb needs it's .domain file to make changes. It's usually stored in ~/Library somewhere, but I like to keep mine on a DAV share so others can make edits.
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You could get your site back by using Site Sucker

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Then its a matter of putting it back in to a iWeb projexct

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You could get your site back by using Site Sucker

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Then its a matter of putting it back in to a iWeb projexct
That is a very useful program

I might suck a few sites just to poke around the code and such.
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