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i built my iweb websites on macbook pro...now i have mac pro desktop...how can i move all my websites from the laptop to the desktop..thanks in advance.
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Not possible.

I strongly suggest you learn HTML codes. WYSIWYG software adds extra codes, files, and directories. You only need one directory, 1 CSS file, and SIMPLE coding. Plus there are lots of other problems that end up happening.

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Not possible.
Incorrect. Just move the contents of ~/Library/Application Support/iWeb to your new Mac.
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I stand corrected, but like I tell everyone else, I strongly suggest plain and simple HTML. There is no proper substitute

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