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Hi,

Just building a site in iweb for a small car sales company a friend is setting up and I have offered to help him out as he know even less about computers then I do. I have a number of questions which I hope someone can help with.

1) A nice clean, simple, cheap hosting package (company) that I can upload the iweb site from. Hopefully with just a click of a button (or am I hoping for too much?)

2) Is there anyway of altering templates in iweb so we can use up more of the width of the pages ?

3) Can you have the internal links buttons down the side of a page rather then across the top?

4) Is there another program that is as simple as iweb to use (drag and drop) but with a few more features and flexibility ?


Any help would be great.
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Mac-Forums members can get a discount on hosting from Dreamhost.

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I'm not too familiar with the workings of iWeb so I'll have to let someone else talk about that.

I hand code using Coda, but that's probably not exactly what you're looking for.

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Thanks I will have a look at dreamhost, I noticed that dreamhost and godaddy are the two which seem to keep coming up again and again for hosting recommendations on this forum (although godaddy home page is a mess so makes me wonder what it is like to use)

Also just looked a coda and didn't understand what it is, so I think you must be right, it is not what I am looking for ! lol
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GoDaddy is primarily a domain registrar, I wouldn't actually recommend them for hosting.

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