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    Publishing .mac to a Folder Question.
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    Publishing .mac to a Folder Question.
    I am setting up a webserver for my business. I made the web site in a collaboration of Iweb and my own HTML+CSS coding.

    If I make the site on Iweb on my new MBP with 10.4.9 and then publish it to the apache folder on my mini with os x 10.3.9, will I run into any compatibility issues or will the site be served the same as if it was being served by the MBP?

    thanks,

    -miles

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    Publishing .mac to a Folder Question.

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    Should be identical - its the same files after all.

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    Publishing .mac to a Folder Question.
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    Okay cool. Thanks.

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