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    Publish IWeb
    Trying to publish an IWeb somewhere else than me.com. I copied the files to my domain via ftp but when I go to my site it says forbidden.. Is there another way to do it? I have published it to me.com and works fine.

    I don't want my site on web.me.com etc.. I have a domain all ready. So I make the site on another program?

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    Not that I know of. My advice to you is this:

    DON'T use WYSIWYG software. You end up with extraneous codes and files, and it just becomes a huge mess. If you want to talk more about that, feel free to PM me or post here. I strongly recommend that you just learn HTML codes. These web design programs often create more trouble then they help you.
    Chris K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPod Nano View Post
    Not that I know of. My advice to you is this:

    DON'T use WYSIWYG software. You end up with extraneous codes and files, and it just becomes a huge mess. If you want to talk more about that, feel free to PM me or post here. I strongly recommend that you just learn HTML codes. These web design programs often create more trouble then they help you.
    I do know basic code and actually just trying design a basic page to promote something for my biz and the page will be deleted in 60 days. I have had a professional site designed by someone. I hate paying sometimes for the small stuff : )

    I do understand what your saying as iweb has created alot of sub directories and such for such a basic page.

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    Right. And it's not just iWeb, all of the WYSIWYG programs will do that. There is really no good alternative to hand-coded pages. And once you know the codes, it's fast (I'm no expert by any means, but I manage to design things when I need to). I hope this helps.
    Chris K.

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    If you have GMail or Google Apps, you can use Google Sites, although iWeb looks much better. If you don't, you can always get GMail for free.

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