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I tried to publish an iWeb site(updating) but it came up as an error towards the end saying that "so-and-so could not be published", and when I checked my link none of my stuff could be seen. Then I asked some of the viewers and they said that they could see what I had added just fine. Then they gave me the link they used and I opened it, but it said that the iWeb site didn't exist. I added a LOT of text and some pictures in that update. It could just be Macs not working with it, but I'm not sure.
http://web.mac.com/mbc6/
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Im not entirely sure what the problem is but your site will be sweet when its finished!

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I tried to publish an iWeb site(updating) but it came up as an error towards the end saying that "so-and-so could not be published", and when I checked my link none of my stuff could be seen. Then I asked some of the viewers and they said that they could see what I had added just fine. Then they gave me the link they used and I opened it, but it said that the iWeb site didn't exist. I added a LOT of text and some pictures in that update. It could just be Macs not working with it, but I'm not sure.
http://web.mac.com/mbc6/
Help please!
You need to clear Safari's cache or reset Safari all together. then you will view it the rest of us do.
PS. They still make Zelda games eh?

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If iWeb is unable to upload one file it will report that kind of error, but the rest of the can be uploaded and functional. Just publish again, it happens from time to time.

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