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Where do video files stay after publishing with iweb?

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Hi everyone.

I have this question that I couldn't figure out.

I published a simple test site on iweb09 including some mp3 files.
The site works really well and all mp3 files are easily accessed from any computer. They are played by quicktime plugin i guess.
I wondered and took a look at my ftp folder (I keep my site on a private server) where the published site is being kept. I can see images of my site and etc. But no traces from any of these songs up there

Where do you think they halt?


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They are there somwhere. It would depend on which page they were on.

Best way to find out is to export your site to a local folder in iWeb and use spotlight to find them.
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