Loc: Alpharetta, GA
I just futzed around with my .mac site and it seems like, if you want to have a homepage with links to other pages within it, you can't rename the links and have the homepage still point to it.<br><br>Admittedly, I'm probably not the best one to ask about this since I've always used my own html except for the File Sharing page. Early on, I tried using .mac to publish pages and got confused pretty quickly. Just messing around with it for a few minutes this morning shows it hasn't gotten much better over the years, at least for me. If you don't start with .mac right from the beginning to create your site and links, it's almost impossible to go back later and edit things. I like to have more control than Apple seems to be willing to give me. Typical Steve "Control Freak" Jobs behaviour. <br><br>
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