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    Nov 29, 2007
    Question Publishing a single site in iWeb?
    Hi All,

    I have created a few different sites using iWeb, how do i publish just a single one of these sites, when i click the site and click publish its publishing ALL sites created on my system i do not want this to happen? I only want to upload ONE of the sites. Please advise. Thanks.

    Also... second question:Iif i were to loose all my mac data (say it blew up) is there an easy way to download all your iweb sites as they were back to your system? An import option perhaps?


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    Member Since
    Apr 11, 2007
    Mac Mini Core 2 Duo, PPC G4
    I don't know the answer to your first question (but I'd like to), but the second one is easier. Save the domain file in the iWeb folder in Users/[your username]/Library/Application Support/iWeb. That folder contains the data necessary to use iWeb - if you lose that folder, you'll lose the ability to use your sites in iWeb.

    The sites themselves are stored in Users/[your username]/Sites. If you know HTML and you want to stop using iWeb and use an HTML editor instead, you'll need those files.

    Claire Rottenberg
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