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I've created a blog with a friend of mine using iWeb.
Here's the problem: I'm a Mac, he's a PC.
If he wants to make a new entry, he has to email me the text and the pictures and I have to post them because I'm the Mac.
So my question is:
Is there a way for my windows friend to post entries on the blog without needing a Mac? I mean it's kinda uncomfortable having to do all that stuff by myself, and I'll never be surprised by his entries we both wanna have control, know what I mean?

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the best way is to go to a real blogging software such as wordpress. (It's still free )
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I'll have to agree with supergper here. Wordpress, Blogger, or LiveJournal are all common, but there are a lot more options than those. In any event, you're going to have to let iWeb go, since there's no way to get a PC to post with iWeb (it's barely possible with a Mac).:p
If you are hosted on .Mac, your friend could make pages with HTML editor (e.g. Dreamweaver) then post them to the .Mac account via iDisk (if he has XP...not feasible with Vista). At the very least he could mail you complete pages so you could post them on HomePage on .Mac, or serve them from your Mac directly. That way you could still be surprised by his entries...good luck.
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