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I got this error when i try to open iweb.
Can someone help me?

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Hi there. That looks like you are using some sort of table or chart, which requires this plugin. I've tried doing it in Pages and encounter the same problem. Seems to be buggy. Make sure you have the latest version of iWeb. If there is a newer one, it may contain bug fixing.

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Yes, I've got the latest version of it. I've used it before the last update of mac osx and it worked.

How do I delete all the webs that it's got and open it like the first time?
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Sorry, it's been so long I can't remember. I think it's just a matter of selecting them and hitting the delete key,

I strongly recommend that you learn HTML code. iWeb and other WYSIWYG programs tend to add extra files, codes, and directories, and it just becomes a mess!

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Ok thanks for the suggest.
What ide do you recomend for php and html?
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"ide"? Sorry, I don't follow.

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What program should you use for HTML and PHP? Is that what you're trying to ask?

I would suggest TextWrangler (Mac only). It's just a simple Text Editor, but that's all you need. Just about any Text Editor (NOT TextEdit) will do it!

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