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I recently started my trial 2 month .mac account. I have some pages up but when i try to access the site from another computer it asks for a password and login. Why is that, I want the site to be able to be viewed by all. Is it becuase I am on the trial 2 month account? Thanks for the help in advance:tusks:
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I recently started my trial 2 month .mac account. I have some pages up but when i try to access the site from another computer it asks for a password and login. Why is that, I want the site to be able to be viewed by all. Is it becuase I am on the trial 2 month account? Thanks for the help in advance:tusks:
First off, where do you have your pages and are they web pages done with iweb? If so they should be in a folder called Web and inside that there should be 2 folders named RSS and Sites...your web page will be inside the Sites folder.

Just how are you trying to access it from "another computer"? it should be from a web browser in which you have typed:

http://web.mac.com/yourusername

You can check the paths from your computer by clicking on the idisk.

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They posted fine and I am using that URL to access the site. I can see it on my computer I created it on once I publish it. When I try to access it from my other computer in my home the website tries to get me to enter a password to view the site.
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