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I want to add an email subscription button to a website using iweb, I would like to have the email subscription instead of the rss feed. Any sugestions?
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Anyone??? this has completely puzzled me too : /
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I don't think this is possible. iWeb is very limited in capabilities and it doesn't always work the way you want it to.

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So do we need to upgrade iweb or abandon iweb in order to enable us to make more advanced pages?!?!

any info offered would be greatly appreciated
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Hey, sorry I didn't see your post earlier.

If you want my honest advice, I would suggest completely dumping iWeb and all of the other WYSIWYG editors. Just code your pages by hand. This way you can do just about anything. Yes, you have to learn a simple coding language, but you won't be restricted by what some piece of software is capable of. The sky will be the limit.

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