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Hello,



New to web site design/uploading.



I would like to know, if I set up a web site using the Apple iWeb, on an independent web hosting company (not MobileMe), am I stuck wth using iWeb for future updates, or is it possible to use another web designing programme to write/create new pages to include?



Grateful for help to an absolute novice
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