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I looked in the inspector and their seems to be a way to do it if i have a blog or a podcast but not a regular website. So how may I add a RSS feed using iWeb?
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Never tried to myself but just did a google search for "rss and iweb" and it returned this page:
http://murphymac.com/slib/iweb-rss.htm

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Reopening this thread. I'm having a problem with the RSS feeds in iWeb. The files are distinctly there on the server (rss.xml files). But when I visit the site I'm working on and click on "Subscribe" I get a 404 file not found page. I've got the latest version of iWeb and have visited the "link" provided above but to no avail.

I'm not publishing to MobileMe. I have my own server/host/domain. Can anyone lend a hand?

Editing to add.... I've even tried to use the
Insert -> Button -> Subscribe to RSS
But it's grey'd out. Go figure
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Ok, I figured out what my problem was and am able to fix it but I'll be back to square one when I have to update pages.

Reef Gifts & Gallery is the site I'm working on and they sell sculptures and paintings. People can subscribe to their favorite artists, etc.

I had to go into the files on the ftp site and "edit" the code to delete a line of text within the feed url for it to work. But if I have to update and reupload files, I'll have to go back in and edit the feed url again. I wish there was a way to edit code in iWeb. If anyone knows how to do this that would be great!
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