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Hey guys, I currently have an account with Webs.com for my business, but I want to give it a face-lift, and use iWeb to do so. I was just using their templates online, and I want to try something new. Now i'm not sure if there site allows the use of importing an iWeb made site, and i'm not sure how to do it either. But their tech support is terrible in terms of them responding to questions, so i'm on the lookout for another free site that will accept iWeb creations. Can anyone recommend a few? Thanks!

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you might wanna go with a paid site like go daddy, or hostmonster, etc.

they are very cheap 3.95 /mont -> 9.95/month and also offer several in page tools for editting/sql.
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Any other newbies come posting their recommendations for web host sites that are not free as requested by the op - and you're banned.

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I actually was recommended a site called 000webhost.com. Here's my new site if anyone wants to take a look at it: http://www.mkstudios.comxa.com/

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Looks nice mk - if you were down in my neck of the woods I might take ya up on a class or two.

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Hey thanks bobtomay, well if you have any questions about anything, you know where I am.

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I actually was recommended a site called 000webhost.com. Here's my new site if anyone wants to take a look at it: http://www.mkstudios.comxa.com/
Hey thats a cool looking site...you should make the Jpegs Interlaced so they will load faster on slower connection speeds. Really like the grey textures..very nice.
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Thanks, now you mentioned interlaced, is that how to save them in Photoshop, or is there something in iWeb that does that?

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Thanks, now you mentioned interlaced, is that how to save them in Photoshop, or is there something in iWeb that does that?
Thats how you save them in your photo program. It may be in options or advanced in the Save As Window. It gives the viewer a low res pic and as the site loads to your full DPI. They have some idea of whats on your site and not run off before a regular Jpeg loads.
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I got my free URL and hosting from limedomains.com, i couldnt find the sever address so i went to their suppot page and they have chat support and i got all my questions answered in just a few minutes.
my site is at http://hockeyteamhistory.limewebs.com
Its still under construction but its all made using iWeb 09
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