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I have 2 macs. An iMac and my MacBook. My website is on my iMac. I want to be able to edit my site on both machines. Can I copy the iWeb domain file from my iMac to my MacBook? Will that work?
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Yes, it will work.

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Thanks, it worked well!
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hey, i had same question, but i need a bit more help.

i saved my webpage made on my macbook to a folder, and copied it to my imac but where do i save it on the imac, so iWeb will open it when I open that program?

What did you do ?

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me again, never mind. i found out.

you can move between two macs by copying the domain file located in
library\application support\iweb.

its one single large file, and you can copy it freely between your macs, and thereby edit and publish your webpage.

if you expect to work continously between two macs, like me, I set up my iDisk to sync so I can always access the latest file

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