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    iWeb Question

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    iWeb Question
    Is there a way to create a page in iWeb that can be used for people to sign a guest book? I'm interested in knowing who is visiting my site.

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    Not that I know of.

    I'm going to tell you the same advice that I tell everyone else.

    Learn HTML.

    iWeb and other WYSIWYG programs create extraneous codes and files. You end up with extra directories and multiple styles sheets for each page (you only need one).

    Just a tip.
    Chris K.

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    search the web for, free html guestbook scripts and put one on a page. PHP will not work with Mac
    Mac is like a car, keep clean and up to date and it will give you many hours of good driving

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    Thanks. I'll take that advise and check the web for the scripts. :-)

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