http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=iweb/1.0/en/bld1046.html<br><br><br><img src=http://a248.e.akamai.net/7/248/51/20051206/docs.info.apple.com/help/resources/iweb/1.0/English.lproj/iWebHelp/gfx/xicnhlp.gif><font size=+1> Publishing a site to a server instead of to .Mac</font><br><br>Instead of publishing your site to .Mac, you can publish your site locally (to a folder) so that you can upload it to the server of your choice.<br>To publish your site to a local destination:<br><br> 1. Choose File > Publish to a Folder.<br> 2. Choose a location to store your site, and then click Choose.<br><br>If you don't publish your site to .Mac, these features are unavailable:<br><br> * Password protection<br> * Hit counter<br> * Slideshow with viewing controls<br><br>When you publish your site to a server instead of to .Mac, Subscribe buttons work only if you specify the site's URL (address) in the dialog that appears when you choose File > Publish to a Folder.<br>Feedback IconWas this page helpful? Send feedback. <br><br>----<br>:) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
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Hmm...looks like the Sandvox guys have nothing to worry about. What good is .Mac for publishing webpages anyway? I mean really...<br><br>"Hey guys..check out my website...the web address is http://www.homepage.mac.com/johnsmith/~45!"<br><br>
I know, but:<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>If you don't publish your site to .Mac, these features are unavailable:<br><br>* Password protection<br>* Hit counter<br>* Slideshow with viewing controls<p><hr></blockquote><p>No hit counter? That's a deal-breaker for me! <br><br>
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