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Can I add HTML to iWeb?


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I have a question. I built a website, www.yucaipaswim.org, using iWeb and I hosted it through .Mac. I want to put a video player on the site from www.goswim.tv on there. However, they gave me a long string of what I believe is HTML coding to add to my site. Is there anyway that I can get into iWeb and put that in there so the player shows up? If so, I would appreciate any help that I can get.
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No, you can only add extra code (HTML or Java) once the page is created. There are some options that are more or less scripts that replace words (like "code_here" or things like that) with the code you want, or add code automatically to all the pages after they are published. The problem with this programs is that every time you publish again iWeb creates a new page and you have to add the code again.

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What about an HTML snippet?

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No, you can only add extra code (.........) The problem with this programs is that every time you publish again iWeb creates a new page and you have to add the code again.
All wrong. iWeb lets you add HTML snippets.

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