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I recently got iWeb and am interested in developing sites with it. I liekt eh easy to use interface but I fidn it limiting. Is it possible to insert your own scripts of javascript or php into the websites you make with iweb like you can in dreamweaver? If not, how would I go abotu making a login and account system?
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Any change like those must be done after the page is created, it cannot be done with iWeb or changing the templates. Some big changes are comming in the next version, but we have to wait.

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