Thread: iweb help needed
07-31-2012, 07:34 AM #1
iweb help needed
- Member Since
- May 10, 2011
- Durham, UK
- 27' iMac i5 (2010) iPad2 iPhone5 iPhone 4S Apple TV2 iP
hi there, can i ask for some assistance..
I've recently put mountain lion onto my 2010 i5 iMac and used the opportunity to do a clean install on my HD. I backed up using time machine, booted from the mountain lion USB key, installed the new OSX and re backed up with time machine.
Now I used to have two websites running using iWeb and I've lost them both
since I re backed up the time machine I cant get access to the old back up
I did make a copy of the sites to a different external hard drive so my question is...
is there a way of identifying where in the OSX the iWeb files are stored and add my back up files into this location to restore my iweb websites
thanks in advance
Jif27' iMac 2.8ghz intel quad core i5 white iPad2 32 gig wifi only white iPhone5 16gig black iPhone 4S black iPod touch 8gig 80gig iPod classic apple TV2 2TB crap dog slow time capsule
07-31-2012, 06:16 PM #2
- Member Since
- Apr 07, 2011
iWeb sites are typically stored at the following location:
Home Folder>Library>Application Support>iWeb
I'm not running Mountain Lion yet, still on Lion, but your Library folder is likely hidden like it is in Lion so you'll need to unhide that folder or navigate to it through the Go menu. Instructions on that process can be found here:
Access User ~/Library Folder in OS X Lion
Hope that helps.Ryan C.
MacHighway Technical Support Manager
Web hosting for Mac users by Mac users, since 1997.
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