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Where are my files in iWeb?


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I am an advertising writer and I have several TV and radio spots on an iweb site that I built. I am trying to find some of those files and I can't. I read somewhere in my search to go to Home Folder/Library/Application Support/iWeb, but when I do that, I just see a file called Domain, but there is nothing in there. I need the actual Mps and Quicktimes.

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Here's what I show:

/Users/your user name/Library/Application Support/iWeb/Domain.sites/Contents/

They should show up there or in your documents folder as a sub folder listed as "iWeb".
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Thanks for your reply. The only thing in that iWeb folder is Domain. When I click it, iWeb launches (a really old site that I thought I deleted.) But I can't seem to grab or move or pick up or copy or whatever the files that I need and move them to the desktop.

In that iWeb folder, there are no folders.

Strange.
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Open your site in iWeb and export the whole thing to your desktop or wherever, you should be able to pick out the files from there.

Change the publish settings to your desktop or whichever folder you wish to save them to, then go to File > Publish Entire Site

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Thanks, guys. I'll try this as well.
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