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    Oct 16, 2009
    Question resetting page width in iWeb
    I have an iMac Core 2 Duo running Mac OS X v. 10.4.1, and I'm using iWeb version 1.1.2 My iWeb site works nicely except that it's much narrower even than the screen of my elderly laptop. I looked at iWeb Help, went into the Page Inspector and reset the content width of one page from 700 pixels to 900 pixels. After I published the revised site to a folder and uploaded the altered page (I'm hosted by GoDaddy not .Mac) I checked it out in my web browser and saw that it appeared no wider than the 700-pixel pages. I tried looking it up on an other computer with the same result. Do I have to change all page widths before any will change? Is there something else that could be causing my problem?

    Any advice greatly appreciated.

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    Oct 01, 2007
    Mac Mini i5 (2014 High Sierra), iPhone X, Apple Watch, iPad Pro 12.9, AppleTV (4)
    Are you sure you're not just seeing the cached version of the site?

    Try CMD+R in Safari to force a refresh or clear your cache and try again.

    Alternatively try another browser

    Please use the reputation system if you think you've been helped - bottom left of this post

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