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MobileMe is my Host, but I want to publish it to FTP I own the url I bought the same name to use with iWeb and MobileMe. How do I go ftp? Do I need to buy hosting for ftp separately? (I think I do and can if need be)
But what I'm thinking is:
I have loads of images that MobileMe hosts, and to move everything to (godaddy for example) would be a pita if I screwup haven't decided where yet.I don't think thats needed. Can I just host the front page and have all links there redirect to MobileMe?
And will flash work on mobile me? I have a long way to go with flash (just bought the pro version) .. but I have created an intro to add to my front page but iweb doestn't seem to show it

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Firstly I don't know about flash on MobileMe. You can have a front page ftp (yes bought separately) and have links to your pages on MobileMe. iWeb won't show intro, you have to save it and view in a browser. Hope this helps a little bit.

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So what I do is publish to local folder first,to save pages on computer, then remove All pages from iweb and create a new page(frontpage)thats going ftp? but what about the front page being published to MobileMe won't that be in conflict with the new front page because of the same .com name?

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