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Mac Specs: iMac 2011; 500GB HDD, 2.5 GHz i5, 4GB RAM & OS X 10.7. iPhone 4 Vodafone & iPad 2; 16GB & iOS 4.3.5.

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I am good with coding and scripts but I have never actually built a website before, just wrote HTML, CSS and some JavaScript. I am planning to write codes and build a website for someone I know, I was just basically wondering if I could host a website through iWeb, how I'd do it and is there anything else I need to do that I seem to be missing out?
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Thank you, that actually helped a lot. I already know a little about servers so I already understood some of the domain info, the rest of it about FTP and using the application helped me a lot, I will now know where to start and where to look when I begin production.
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